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Beta for the route, not too accurate though...
P1 Climb up the boulder and traversing left for a good 8 m above the steep wall. Then go up a slabby face to an bolted anchor. 5.7 40m
P2 From the anchor, climb the obvious crack (crux) on the right side of the anchor passing a pin. Then go up in the chimney to a huge ledge. Climb a second crack to a bolted anchor. 5.10c 30m.
P3 Climb straight up on easy terrain for 50m than traverse left for about 7 m. 5.7
P4 Climb up the obvious crack above the anchor to a bolted anchor. 5.8 30m
Rappel with two ropes or walk down the gully on the southeast face.
To get to the route, you have to drive up Arenales road from the village of El Manzano Historico for about 10km. You will pass three creeks. Watch out not to trash your rental car if the water is high! The best way to get there is to hire Yagua at the Manzano who has a van and can bring you up. On the way up, the third creek is called Arroyo de la Guardia Vieja. You can park on your left a bit past the creek. Hike up the creek for about 30 minutes. You will soon see a breast shape cliff on your left, the "Tapia del Chorro" which means "cliff of the creek". The route starts at the foot of this cliff. Finding the start is a bit tricky. Refer to the picture. There is supposed to be a bolted route on the left side of this route but we never found it.
Bolted anchors, standard rack
The cliff is named after this creek.
Hiking up you will see the Tapia (Left side of the...
La Tapia del Chorro from the road