Type: Trad, 65 ft (20 m)
FA: Aaron Hefstad
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Shared By: Aaron Hefstad on Jan 6, 2018
Admins: Tony Yeary, Angelique Brown

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Start in the body size crack and move up on good holds. The first piece of protection is about 15 feet off the deck. The crack narrows in an hourglass shape that perfectly takes a #11 hex. Above the crack narrows to a nice chicken wing. There are two large choke stones that are solid to pull on but not recommended to place gear around. Stay in the crack as it veers to the right on to the slab. Above the slab the crack narrows greatly and the style changes to a stem up the final 10 feet. This climb uses the same anchors as Alacran and Que te pasa George (the routes to the right of belly)


Dapa, Colombia

The obvious huge crack to the right of Mulas y Esclavos and to the left of Que te pasa George


BD #11 Hex

BD Camelots
1 #.75
1 #1
1 #3
1 #4
1 #5
1 #6 (2 would make this a bit less runout but its possible with 1)

long slings