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Table of contents

1. Los Glaciares Parque Nacional 4 routes in Crag

All Trad

Long/Lat: -73.091948, -49.968711

1.1. Torre Massif 2 routes in Area


Long/Lat: -73.101872, -49.294958


The western chain of mountains with Cerro torre at its high point

1.1.1. Mochito 0 routes in Unknown

1.1.2. El Mocho 1 route in Unknown

All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Frader Pisafe

left up ramp to soaring right facing corner. after 250m head right across snowfield to final 3 pitches.

{FR} 6c Trad 400m 11

1.1.3. Cerro Torre 0 routes in Unknown

1.1.4. Media luna 1 route in Unknown

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RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 ** Rubio y azul

Up offwidth #6, (ignore guide that says only up to #3) and then chimney, layback corner and ledges. The crack system on upper tier before final crux chimney is superb. Apparently a #4 or 2 is helpful for crux pitch.

{FR} 6c Trad 350m 10

1.1.5. Egger 0 routes in Unknown

1.1.6. Standhart 0 routes in Unknown

1.1.7. Bifida 0 routes in Unknown

1.2. Fitzroy Massif 2 routes in Area


Long/Lat: -73.047456, -49.270100


The eastern chain of mountains with Cerro Fitzroy at its high point

1.2.1. Guillaumet 1 route in Unknown

All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Comensana Fonrouge

Up NW ridge. Can be rapelled with single 70m rope.

{FR} 6b+ Trad 350m 13

1.2.2. Mermoz 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.3. Val Bios 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.4. Fitzroy 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.5. Poincenot 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.6. Silla 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.7. Desmochada 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.8. San Rafael 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.9. St Exupery 0 routes in Unknown

1.2.10. De l'S 1 route in Unknown

All Trad
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 *** Austriacus

From Col get onto shoulder of Ajuga and then 3 50m pitches to summit

{FR} 6a Trad 200m 4

1.2.11. Mojon Rojo 0 routes in Unknown

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Area
6a *** Austriacus Trad 200m 4 1.2.10. De l'S
6b+ *** Comensana Fonrouge Trad 350m 13 1.2.1. Guillaumet
6c ** Frader Pisafe Trad 400m 11 1.1.2. El Mocho
** Rubio y azul Trad 350m 10 1.1.4. Media luna