This stout number is one of the longest routes at L'Olla and one of the better 12a's at Siruana. However, this technical line is quite sharp.
Make non-trivial moves to an unusual undercling pocket at the high first bolt. More tricky, thin holds lead to a horizontal break and a good shake. A few easier moves lead to a big jug at the third bolt, just below the crux. Make desperate moves between slopey crimps to gain larger pockets above. Cruise to the top of the wall & mantle over to locate the anchor.
This is the fourth route left of where the approach trail gains the cliff. Its also the tallest route on this section of cliff.
~6 Bolts to hidden 2 BA. Stick clip recommended.
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