Pared Tetris Rock Climbing
Pared Tetris is part of a larger peak that can also be accessed from El Anfiteatro (I need beta here for the actual name of the peak if anyone knows). Said peak is located just north of the laguna, with Pared Tetris being the blocky south face that can be seen from the laguna.
From the laguna hike up the gully toward the wall. The big cave is called "Cueva Canino" and has a few routes.
Climbing Season For the South America area.
Weather station 39.3 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Pared Tetris
Blockhead 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b South America
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This route was established ground up in a day. It is still dirty, and is a good way to break into the adventure climbing style of Cochamó, as it is only six pitches.P1: Climb the blocky dihedral until reaching a big ledge at about 65 meters. (5.8 65m)P2: Climb over a roof with a wide crack to gain a big grassy ledge. Set up belay below the giant flake/roof. (5.8 50m)P3: Climb right of the roof to gain a ledge then move left and climb up the blocks. Belay at tree beneath dual dihedrals. (5.8 60...[more] Browse More Classics in International
By Mike Sullivan
From: Durango, CO
Jan 26, 2014
Pared Tetris is on a south-facing corner of the east face of Cerro Laguna. The map on the wall of Refugio Cochamó shows a summit elevation of 1678m. Besides Blockhead, another notable route on Tetris is Humpty Dumpty. The route starts a bit left of the prominent cave. The heart of the climb is the first 6 pitches which work up in difficulty from 5.9 to 11a. At the top of pitch 6, climbers can rap off or continue on to the summit of Cerro Laguna via multiple pitches of easy/moderate slab climbing and scrambling.