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Routes in Toconao (Quebrada de Jerez)

Con la ayuda de mis amigos S 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a
Sangre por sangre T 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
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Type: Trad, 60 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Zach Christensen on May 22, 2017
Admins: Camster (Rhymes with Hamster), Tony Yeary

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Description

First half of the route is a 5.3ish scramble/slab to a small deck, at which point the wall goes vertical with a finger/hand crack in a corner/ dihedral to the bolted anchor at the top of the canyon. Crack can be dusty/sandy which doesn't inspire confidence in placements (part of the fun ;)). Definitely worth doing and a good warm up for the much stiffer trad routes Toconoa has to offer.

Location

North side of canyon, half way between the bridge and the small waterfall

Protection

One of the few easier trad routes in Toconoa that doesn't need big gear, a few spots for nuts but mostly BD cams sizes 2 and under, doubles under 1

Description

First half of the route is a 5.3ish scramble/slab to a small deck, at which point the wall goes vertical with a finger/hand crack in a corner/ dihedral to the bolted anchor at the top of the canyon. Crack can be dusty/sandy which doesn't inspire confidence in placements (part of the fun ;)). Definitely worth doing and a good warm up for the much stiffer trad routes Toconoa has to offer.

Location

North side of canyon, half way between the bridge and the small waterfall

Protection

One of the few trad routes in Toconoa that doesn't need big gear, a few spots for nuts but mostly BD cams sizes 2 and under, doubles under 1

Description

First half of the route is a 5.3ish scramble/slab to a small deck, at which point the wall goes vertical with a finger/hand crack in a corner/ dihedral to the bolted anchor at the top of the canyon. Crack can be dusty/sandy which doesn't inspire confidence in placements (part of the fun ;)). Definitely worth doing and a good warm up for the much stiffer trad routes Toconoa has to offer.

Location

North side of canyon, half way between the bridge and the small waterfall

Protection

One of the few trad routes in Toconoa that doesn't need big gear, a few spots for nuts but mostly BD cams sizes 2 and under, doubles under 1

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