|Campi Qui Pugui
This stunning orange wall is one of the best 5.11s at Siurana. A technician's dream, this cerebral face offers numerous challenging boulder problems split by tiring rests. The rock is mercifully not as sharp as many routes at Siurana.
Begin behind the bush, just right of a right-facing corner. Cruise the easy slab to a big ledge. Charge up & over the awkard roof to a good shake at an undercling hole. Work up the flake , then make cruxy moves to reach the big chalky undercling. A long reach to the next horizontal break leads to easier climbing and the chains.
There is a bouldery extension, "Segueix-me-la Tocant", that ups the grade to 7b+.
This is the highly-chalked, bright orange, west-facing panel to the right of the central Campi cliff. There is a route up a thin seam to the right, and a route to the left that starts from the big ledge.
Bolts to 2BA.
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