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Trad, Alpine, 160 ft, 2 pitches,
Avg: 3.5 from 2
FA: Matt Van Biene and Austin Siadak, 2015
> South America
> Cerro Colorado (aka Cerro Apidame)
Access Issue: access through private land and the mountain is located at Reserva Jejimeni (managed by CONAF)
Cerro Colorado is located in Chilean Patagonia (Reserva Jejimeni - CONAF). The access to the mountain is by Chile Chico town (by the border with Argentina). It needs to register at CONAF Office in Chile Chico.
1st pitch: Climb any of the lower routes (e.g. Daly Splitter, Donini crack, or Flight of the Condors) to the anchor at the top of Flight of the Condors. 2nd pitch: From the FOC anchor on the big ledge, traverse up and right for ~10m, climb up a short corner for ~5m and step right to a belay on nice stance (two-bolt anchor). 3rd pitch: This pitch climbs a beautiful finger crack in the corner directly above the belay to another two bolt anchor. This is the money pitch. The route stops here. 70m rope required to rappel off. There is potential to push the route all the way to the top (1-2 more pitches).
Up and right of Flight of the Condors. 10m to the right of Fingers of Fate