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Grand Boveda Left

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Submitted By: LeeAB on Sep 19, 2009
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BETA PHOTO: The left side of Gran Boveda. The smaller steep ca...


This is the left end of the cliff from the small cave on the end through the section of steep wall that divides the two larger cave/depressions that are the centerpieces of the wall. Routes from 60 to 100 feet long on nice overhanging stone. East facing so afternoon shade, though the further left you get on the wall the earlier the shade comes. There are a bunch of routes on the wall so you may have to wait for the more popular lines but you don't need to wait generally if you are open to getting on any route at a certain grade.

Getting There 

Once you reach the wall you are looking at the first portion of the cave. The smaller cave is around the corner to the left or continue right to get to the cleaner wall separating the caves.

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