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This is the wall on the right as you enter the cave


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FA: Josué Millo, 2002

FA: Anibal Fernández, 2005

FA: Josué Millo, 2002

FA: David Brasco, 2001

Climb the obvious, rounded protrusions up the steep wall on the right hand side interior of cave. take AT LEAST 15 draws

FA: Vitalio Echazábal, 2001

The first route established at this crag. Climb the first big column to a ledge, then follow the easy ramp left for a bit, before topping out straight up. 2-3 long draws nice for below the anchor.

Bolts with shackles (one worn and supplemented with a biner).

FA: Aníbal Fernández & Fernando Paulete, 2001

FA: 2004

Climb the second big column toward the ledge, trending right before you reach it. Once on the ledge, top out as for Chipojo. Long draws or a bit of back cleaning before the ledge will reduce drag.

FA: 2002

P1- 5 - 10m, 5 bolts – Sometimes called La Cuevita because of the small cave. Climb to the small cave and ledge. The cave is called Cueva Lechuza and has good views of the valley. P2- 6c – 20m, 6 bolts – trend left P3- 5 – 15m, 5 bolts – Best if linked with pitch 2. Watch out for wasps behind… Overall, best done if the leader is lowered back to the second anchor and belays the second up the whole route, before being lowered back to the second anchor. Abseil from second anchor to ground.

FA: Fernando Paulete, 2001

FA: 2002


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