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This nice moderate provides its own warm up with the first half consisting of juggy, 5.8ish cruising up the crack. A small roof at midheight gives way to thin cranking between good incut pockets on the gray headwall.
Begin at a smooth horizontal rail, working left to the crack. THwo up a foot, lay it back, and cruise upwards. A brief orange patch leads to the roof & good pockets on the near-vertical wall.
At the center of Can Torxa is a large dihedral with an orange, overhanging left face. The line of bolts heading up the orange face is "Chachi qui Chapi". Freekando is the 4th line right of Chachi, beginning about 40 feet to the right, just right of a prow, heading up a low-angle crack. It shares the first few bolts with "Delicatessen" before heading right.
8 bolts, 2 BA.
Beginning the steeper headwall of Freekando. The ...
Clearing the roof. The is probably the hardest se...