Type: Sport, 400 ft (121 m), 4 pitches
FA: Ángel Serón and Francisco Fau, 1947
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Shared By: Sean McLane on May 10, 2014
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A fun moderate in the Riglos area on the Aguja Roja (Red Needle). The route heads up the back side of the tower from the trail in.

Pitch 1 heads up the right side of a conglomerate mass in between two towers, then crosses to the left on top.

Pitch 2 climbs up and left on the face.

Pitch 3 goes through the right-facing dihedral. You will pass a single bolt; don't belay there. There is a two-bolt anchor above.

Pitch 4 follows a short, easy ridge to the top.

Rappel twice with two 60m ropes or four with one 70m.


Bolted with white bolts. Two-bolt rappel anchors or cables.