Type: Sport, 30 ft (9 m)
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Shared By: mkclimb on Jul 6, 2015

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This is the hard route of Cerro Quemado - big dyno into a 1-2 finger pocket, moderate moves on big flat edges, positive pockets, and a giant span move that leads into the crux - a drive by to a flat edge. Some gastons, tricky footwork, and a thumbercling/undercling hand switch at the very top.

If crashpads existed here and there wasn't such a dangerous landing, V11 would be a more appropriate grade.


Across the trail from "La Ola," wall, identifiable by two giant blocks of blue text and a constant crowd of pilgrims praying at the base.


Four bolts and two bolt anchor. Stick-clip the first bolt, as the first crux is dynamic and immediately off the deck.