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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 [Suggest Change]

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 [Suggest Change]

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

Protection [Suggest Change]

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 [Suggest Change]

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 [Suggest Change]

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

Protection [Suggest Change]

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 [Suggest Change]

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 [Suggest Change]

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

Protection [Suggest Change]

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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