Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Carlos Chong
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Shared By: Alejandro Galindo on Feb 10, 2017
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Description

Bolted By: Carlos Chong, Cuca Abularach. 2014

Black #4 on the Sector 2 topo picture.

Great pumpy route and a perfect reference of Amatitlan's style. It is a sweet, technical line which can be done in a variety of ways. Envisioned and named by Carlos Chong. Its name comes from the fact that it took Carlos 116 hand and feet movements to complete this beast. Make sure your belayer is extra attentive during the first 3 clips since they are the hardest ones.

Protection

12 quickdraws needed. 10 bolts plus two ears at the top. If you are gonna let someone top-rope, leave the rope at the 8th or 9th draw to avoid friction. To clean the route just pass your rope through the metal biner and let your belayer bring you down while you clean.

Location

Once you get to the top of the path leading to sector 2 you will see a tree on the left and a dead skinny stump on the right. Move to the right of it and a little bit up following the path to the right. Walk for about 15 feet and right before you go over a big rock it will be the base of the route.

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