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|4||El Puso El Bolt||4||30m|
|13||Filo de Cuchilla||FR:6a||50m|
This is the obvious white wall on the left as you enter the Ensenada. Vertical climbing and morning sun.
|1||El Puso el Bolt||4+||30m|
FA: Neil Gresham, 2002
FA: Vitalio Echazábal, 2001
This cliff is hidden behind the trees on the right as you enter the Ensenada. Locating climbs can be a bit confusing, and the guidebook may have one or two in the wrong order…
A good crag for all day shade.
Climb the light grey pillar on the left of the cliff. The route finishes behind the top of the pillar, but one bolt was missing from the anchor – if still the case, rap off another route’s anchor on the left side of the pillar.
FA: David Ryan & Paul Tichner, 2000
|5||En la Sombrita||4+||12m|
Climb straight up starting to the right of the ficus tree.
FA: Yarobys Garcia & Josué Millo, 2004
Start at the base of Otra Pasta and move right up into the offwidth crack. You can either climb in the crack, or use the face to the outside.
FA: Invernando, 2004
|4||El Puso El Bolt||30m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|El Repaso||28m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Eternos Jovenos||21m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Freebies||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Guides Route||12m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|5||Cuerpo Colorado||6m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Dos Palmas||15m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Ojos Carmelitas||30m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Torre Blanco||15m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|4+||El Puso el Bolt||30m||1.2. Punta Repaso|
|En la Sombrita||12m||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|Eternos Jovenes||421m,||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|5||El Repaso||30m||1.2. Punta Repaso|
|Otra Pasta||17m||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|5+||Ojos Carmelitas||25m||1.2. Punta Repaso|
|Psychologia Infantil||12m||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|Torre Blanca||415m,||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|Torrenado||14m||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|6a||Filo de Cuchilla||50m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Pitu||20m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|6a+||Hara Kiri||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Invernando||15m||1.3. Torre Blanca|
|?||Unknown 1||20m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|
|Unknown 2||20m||1. Ensenada de Raúl|