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Frey is inaccessible by road - it's around a 4 to 5 hour trek; so you'll be staying the night or week. There is a Refugio with (at time of our visit) a lovely couple who make fresh dinner every night and have stocks of beer and other treats. There are several tatty guidebooks and generally a lot of other climbers passing through - some information is easy to use, it depends on how wild you are willing to be.
Bus to the start of the walking track, then hike uphill for 5 hours, following signs to Refuggio Frey
Great multipitch 5 minutes from the hut. All belays well bolted and double as abseil decent. The first pitch is the hardest, with some really cool crack climbing, then it's quite moderate to the top.
Open book corner about 10m left of Diedro de Jim with a single bolt down low.
Diedro de Jim / Jims Dihedral
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.
|6||Las 2 Maria's||6a||50m|
|7||Las 3 Maria's||6a||45m|
Left side of the tower when looking up from the hut.
Bolted Route Left of Andrea
Bolts just left of the Andrea crack. Finish up shared top crack to shared anchors.
Left leading flake crack.
Bolted slab/wall to the north of the main Frey pillar and at same level at Diedro de Jim. There is an anchor on the top.
Descuidando la faz comercial
Left arete of wall.
Looks impossible - feels pretty much the same. The bolted face just right of the arete.
Trad and Unknown
Hidden west facing wall to the right of Area De Yan Pipol
Steep crack climbing hidden away on the west face. Steep hand jams to start then right and around suspended giant blocks and over bulge to finish rap anchor.
|5||Diedro de Jim||250m||1. Aguja Frey|
|5+||Sifuentes Weber||4, 290m||1. Aguja Frey|
|18||Luna Nueva||60m||1.3. Area de Plantitas|
|6a||Las 2 Maria's||50m||1. Aguja Frey|
|Las 3 Maria's||45m||1. Aguja Frey|
|Descuidando la faz comercial||230m,||1.2. Area De Yan Pipol|
|6a+||Lis Museos||150m,||1. Aguja Frey|
|Pyramidal 2012||380m||1. Aguja Frey|
|19||Plantitas Denigrantes||30m||1.3. Area de Plantitas|
|6b A1||Andrea||3100m||1.1. Cara Sur|
|6b+||Sifuentes/Monti||90m||1. Aguja Frey|
|Azrael||630m,||1.2. Area De Yan Pipol|
|6c+||Bolted Route Left of Andrea||325m,||1.1. Cara Sur|