Type: Sport, 360 ft (109 m), 4 pitches
FA: D. Harris, O. Frydman, N. Shiftan, M. Slinn
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Shared By: Dylan Harris on May 12, 2019
Admins: Tony Yeary, Mauricio Herrera Cuadra

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Access Issue: Beware of loose rock! Details

Description

A great 4 pitch climb on decent rock. Possibly 5.10d on the upper crux, but protected well. Really fun moves throughout. The best multipitch route in Ventana Sur. Amazing views and sunshine early in the morning.  Pitches are all 28-30m with bolts. Bring alpine slings and quickdraws. As always watch out for loose rocks. Rappel the route or rap off the back and walk down the Sirtaki or Spirito descent ledges.

Location

Consult the photo topos. Hike up to the base of Ruach de Jonah area and locate the Media Luna crack up and right. From the base of Ruach de Jonah walk the ledge to the nice flat base of Media Luna.

Protection

All bolts, rap rings set up for a single 60m rope rappel.

P1 is really good fun 5.7-10.a face climbing. It can be linked to P2 which is easy scrambling and low 5th with a 5.8 finish move.

P3 is more delicate face climbing with some 5.9-5.10a moves.  

P4 has incredible, really fun, harder 5.10a/b moves with a sweet 5.10c/d final face section that makes this route the best of it's grade in Ventana Sur. 

There is an alternate finish that avoids the 5.10c/d pitch called Variante de Gonzo 5.6 that goes up right to the top of Entre Dos Ladrones. Variante de Gonzo begins at the top of P3.

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