Avg: 4 from 3 votes
|Type:||Sport, 720 ft (218 m), 7 pitches|
|FA:||Rob Powell, Edna Calvo, Moises Hernandez, Miguel de Icaza, Jan 2016|
|Page Views:||579 total · 23/month|
|Shared By:||Nathan Paluck on Apr 9, 2019|
|Admins:||Hank Caylor, Ricardo Orozco|
All grades here are as given in local guide books.
5.5 approach: Use a rope! Slab climbing up slippery lichen-covered rock to the start of the first pitch. Feels more like a scary 5.7!
1st pitch: 5.12a/b. 35m. Technical, balancy climbing on an often dirty route. After the first bolt, go to the left-most bolts.
2nd: 5.8, 35 m. A very fun climb up a smoth water-eroded channel with huge holds on either side.
3rd: 5.8, 20 m. More sharp, large feature climbing. Arrive to a large dirt belay ledge.
4th: 5.8, 20 m. Small move that leads to a scramble up to the next belay ledge.
5th: 5.11a, 20m. Balancy, vertical route with fun moves.
6th: 5.10a, 25 m. First several bolts is crimpy climbing on almost vertical face, then moves onto large featured climbing.
7th: 5.9, 40 m. Large features, easy last pitch. When reaching the dirty scramble part (with large nopal cactus), follow the metal cable to the left. Pass the first anchor to top out (there is anchor with rap ring and chain on top).
Rappel: Though the last pitch is 40 meters, there is a locking carabiner and link on two bolts at the bottom of the dirt scramble that can be used safely to split the 7th pitch into two rappels.