Type: Trad, Sport, 100 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Optimistic on Apr 17, 2011
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Note: I did not climb this route. Some people we were climbing with did, and liked it, but the leader was very glad to have brought his rack and said it would have been pretty uncomfortable just on the bolts. I only commented on the route because it is one of the easier lines at the crag, and you might be unpleasantly surprised if you hopped on it expecting a well-protected sport route.


small selection of medium cams to supplement the bolts. 2-bolt anchor.


Brian in SLC
Sandy, Utah
  5.8 PG13
Brian in SLC   Sandy, Utah
  5.8 PG13
Was a bit run out, but, fairly adequate protection. The climbing is a bit exact to the first "bolt", but, the movement is natural and it isn't particularly hard, more balancy with nice position and great feet. The climb past the second bolt is a bit run out but on very large holds. Really fun route. Oct 18, 2011
Though the crux is very low, and the bolts are a bit more spread out, this line was more enjoyable for me than the others I climbed in the Main Area (including the highly touted Curset and Records De Bunyola).

I didn't think additional gear was necessary, as the falls after the first bolt wouldn't result in decking, but it did have airier bolt spacing than anything else I climbed in Mallorca. Apr 30, 2017
Xander Bremer
San Francisco, CA
Xander Bremer   San Francisco, CA
Not PG13, might give it 5.8 tho. Route worth doing, but not memorable. Apr 13, 2018