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Access issues

A 5 hour trek after a bus ride from Bariloche - not a day crag.

Approach

Bus to the start of the walking track, then hike uphill for 5 hours, following signs to Refuggio Frey

Where to stay

Stay at the Refugio (around $15) or camp on hard rock with 50km hour winds...

Ethic

Mixed / alpine

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Great mixed multi pitch 5 minutes from the hut. All belays well bolted and double as abseil decent. Single 60m rope is fine. The first pitch starts approx 10m left of large boulder and can be climbed two ways; a grade 5 with some really cool crack climbing or a meandering 4 arriving at double ring bots. Second pitch is the hardest, graded 5+. From second belay head up crack to ledge. Traverse right 12 meters to double ring bolts to finish the climb - if you go left, it's a 6b. Optional 4th pitch (last pitch of Sifuentes-Monti), grade 5 30m. Can rap off the front via three 30m raps or also use ring bolt behind climb. This decent requires short rap to ledge, traverse left to double ring bolts

FA: Jack Miller (US), 1973

Open book corner about 10m left of Diedro de Jim with a single bolt down low.

One of the most popular routes at Frey. Starts on the right side of the Agua Frey near the back of the pinnacle. 1. 35m (5b) Major corner to bolted anchor on small ledge 2. 15m (5c) Splitter diagonal handcrack to anchor on summit.

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