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Table of contents
|4||Putas de yoyo||5.12a||20m|
|5||Sangre del Eden||5.12a||15m|
|7||Cara de Vaca||5.10c|
|8||La diosa Turquesa||5.12c|
Is a nice route following a line, then with a delicate movement slightly to the right before a roof section. The roof section has 5 bolts.
Is a diagonal going right, full of slopers, about 5 bolts. Then there is a good rest before the 6th bolt. the 6th bolt is done from a good crimp. Next there is a dynamic movement to a good crack, passing the crack you will find the 7th bolt and finally the anchors.
La Naranja Mecánica
Start in a shelf 4 meters above the ground where the first bolt is located. Continue in a flat wall for about 6 more bolts and then an overhang with 3 more bolts. The crux is located from this last bolt to get to the anchors.
Start in a shelf about 6 mts. above the ground where the first bolt is located, next it moves over a flat wall; after the 5th bolt a good rest is found, just before a overhang starts. After the overhang a small flat wall with a delicate movement follows and finally the anchors.
|16||La historia Sin Fin||5.12d|
|18||La garra del León||5.12b|
|20||Culebras en la cumbre||5.12c|
|21||Siguiendo el Rastro||5.11c|
|22||El Barrigón Varela||5.11d|
|23||El Tinajo Pichon||5.13c|
|5.10c||Cara de Vaca|
|5.11c||Siguiendo el Rastro|
|5.11d||El Barrigón Varela|
|5.12a||La Naranja Mecánica||1020m,|
|Putas de yoyo||20m|
|Sangre del Eden||15m|
|La garra del León|
|5.12c||Culebras en la cumbre|
|La diosa Turquesa|
|La historia Sin Fin|
|5.13c||El Tinajo Pichon|