Type: Trad, Alpine, 490 ft, 5 pitches, Grade IV
FA: Hermanos Martinez 1944
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Shared By: Angelb on Mar 13, 2017 with updates from Jonathan Steitzer
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Is the easiest (normal) route to climb the peak, crowed on summer weekends, is also the way down (rappel) for all the routes in the mountain,
there are 5 pitches, 5.6, 5.5, 5.4, 5.6 and 5.0, then there is around 400 feet of exposed scrambling to the top, usually there are good spots to place the pro, but there is a really run out end of the penultimate pitch


In the middle of the south face you can see the first pitch (bolts and chains) from the ground at only 40 feet high


There are excellent bomber bolted anchors at the top of each pitch.

The first pitch and start of the second are run out.

No need for small cams, maybe consider doubles of cams equivalent to 1-3 in C4s.

It being limestone, more passive pro would be better. Tricams, stoppers etc...