The wall immediately above Caramba Terrace, to the right of the Sheriff's Badge.
Approach as for the Sheriff's Badge. Just before you reach the wall, head right along a faint trail (start is as of July 2010 marked with a cairn). Head up along the trail, go to climber's left up and around a white slab, and then head up and right. You will pass occasional bits of fixed rope. The first obvious free route in this area is La Gota Fria, which begins at an obvious 15 foot V-groove.
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La Gota Frķa 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c A0 Trad, Aid, 18 pitches, 1400'
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La Gota Frķa 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c A0 North America : Canada : ... : Deputy Wall
La Gota Frķa is a long mostly free route on the Deputy Wall, on the Squamish Chief. The route features mostly gear climbing, with a few bolts on some pitches, two bolt ladders (or free at 12+) and entirely bolted belays (except one which is a tree). Pro is plentiful and bomber.The route has excellent pro, a wide variety of climbing (from finger-to-hand cracks, a short wide crack, a slab traverse, etc), some wild positions and a cool finish.It is possible to rappel the route from P12 down. Fro...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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