Type: Sport, 110 ft (33 m)
FA: S. Casteran
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Shared By: Phil Lauffen on Sep 30, 2014
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Climb steep, moderate tufas for a few bolts to a decent shake. Fire through a steep, right trending line with crimps, gastons, underclings and side-jugs. Don't expect a lot of pulling down. Top out the slab above on crap feet and a 20 foot Spanish highball (runout).

All of the rock is fantastic. There is a little bit of polish up higher, but it ain't bad! The tufas down low seep a little after the rain, but it is still very climable.


Left of Maria and two left of Pince (although there is a kind-of bolt line going between Pince and Maria now). You are stemming off the tufa of Maria at the top, so make sure you coordinate with people climbing that route.

Oh, and just find the painted sign showing you the way.


All bolts. My guidebook says 11. Bring another couple draws just in case and for the anchors.


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