Type: Sport, 260 ft, 3 pitches
FA: Fernando Paulette, Carlos Pinelo & David Ryan, 2001
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Shared By: Jerome St-Michel on Jan 18, 2018
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Description

A good moderate multipitch climb. The start is not easy to find.

P1: Climb easy fourth class using trees to get to the first bolt. For us, these moves right there were the crux of the entire climb. Clip 4 more bolts and get to a ledge and an anchor. (5.10b) 25m

P2: Climb left and then above the cave on good holds passing some good rest and sometime tiny holds. Keep climbing to reach and hanging belay. (5.10d) 30m

P3: Climb above the belay through some low angle terrain following few bolts then up a final bulge. (5.10d) 32m

Descent: Rappel the route with a single 70m or two 60m ropes.

Location

There is only 2 routes in this area so its not too hard to figure which one is Guao, Guana y Espina. It is the left one.

Protection

12-14 quickdraws

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