Type: Sport, 100 ft (30 m)
FA: D. Brascó (2008)
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Shared By: Nathaniel Chu on Mar 19, 2018
Admins: Jason Halladay, David Riley

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A classicly thin line that stretches up the right side of Espero Primavera, Llet de boja will keep your full attention until the chains. There is no single crux move, but a sustained sequence up the face will challenge your mind more than your forearms.

Start in the large orange, left-facing, blocky corner system as the other 7s in the area (like Sayonara Baby). Pull in to get established in the corner, and you'll find yourself at the first fork in the bolts. Take the left fork, making tough traverse moves around the orange arete (likely the technical crux here). As the rock temporarily turns grey, you are faced with another fork, at which you take the right, to continue up the face (going left will link you to a 7b and 7c). Work your way up, making thin move after thin move on good but small crimps. The ground eases up as you reach the chains.

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On the right side of Espero Primavera. Starts in the large orange corner and goes left.

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12 bolts to anchors

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