Type: Trad, 70 ft (21 m)
FA: 23 march 2011 Alex mittelholzer, Lorgio Manrique, Joel Carrion & andreina Ordaz
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Shared By: Alejandro Mittelholzer on Aug 11, 2020
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To the right of the start of Cuarto Menguante where the overhang is shallower climb on to the steep apron and follow the crease in the rock  on the left. Eventually leading to a  a fine crack that slants to the left. Overcome a series of protruding small ledge grips. Finally scramble on to a ledge and the belay anchors shall be visibles. Although there are many small features  that make it an easy climb there are few places to place gear. A  0.25 cam and small stoppers are needed. The belay anchor is a chain held in place by 2 bolts.

On the final scramble to the ledge there are coarse debris.


From the camp site trek following  the river upstream on the left bank to the top of the waterfall that fills the pool in front of the camping area, cross the river at the narrowest section. At the base of the wall follow the overgrown trail to the right (north), scramble up to the first ledge. Facing the wall walk left at the beginning of the shallow overhang, you will be at the beginning of the climb.


0.25 cams and small stoppers, not many places for gear.