Cerro La Junta is the closest wall from the refugio. The routes begin slabby and transition to nearly vertical on its right face to slightly overhanging and rarely attempted left face. There tends to be a lot of vegetation on the lower wall due to having less elevation, but there are also sections of amazing climbing on perfectly clean granite.
Locate a trailhead from the old huts in the camping area. Signs will lead you to La Junta, which is about a 45 minute hike
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Camp Farm 5.11b Trad, 7 pitches, 950 feet
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Camp Farm 5.11b International : Valle Cochamó : Cerro La Junta
Most likely one of the most climbed routes in the valley due to its proximity to the camping. I found the climb to have some really good pitches, and some dirty pitches with lack-luster climbing.P1: You have two options for the 1st pitch, either one of which will be the crux of the route. The original starts in a small left facing dihedral (that is part of a large arc) then moves right onto a slab following bolts. This way is only 11a, but supposedly a little more runout. A few smaller pieces...[more] Browse More Classics in International