Down and Outers
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Looking down P1.
Not my route, but to help clarify the lines, I climbed the first 2 pitches a few weeks ago. P3 looked tough if it was still the rt-most line of bolts up the dark headwall. (Someone could further clarify this; I ran outta time.)
Just right of El Cautivo, starting out through a tree, up a steep face toward the arching crack. Tricky move stepping right up onto the overlap, pass 2 more bolts and run it out to the ledge. Lin climbed the trough left of the crack, was able to reach the last 2 bolts and thought she could have placed some extra gear. 160'
P2 starts to the left at a flake, then up the wall to the next ledge. 160' We rap'd with twin 50 meter ropes.
(P3 Headwall or left up face?)
QDs. Double bolt anchors.
BETA PHOTO: Looking up P2 toward the top.
BETA PHOTO: Start of D&O; just right of El Cautivo.
From: Tucson, AZ
Feb 5, 2017
rating: 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b
4 pitches and 2-4 all have at least one 10++ move or more. This is a great route! Bring a light rack, we had singles.
By 1Eric Rhicard
Feb 6, 2017
I will check my notes, as I think Scott Conners and I put this up. Might have done the upper pitch or pitches with a third person.