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This crazy route has a large roof that you may want to protect with an extended quickdraw. Falling on the crux just after the roof means big whippers for those who venture up this climb. Continue past the crux to the anchors shared with the second pitch of El Trepon de la Zeguea. A30m rope is just long enough, so make sure to tie a knot in the end for safety. Worse case scenario, you rap down to the first pitch anchors of El Trepon de la Zeguea, and then rap again to the ground.

Route History:

  • First Ascent: David Ulloa


Located in Pico Blanco approx:
Long/Lat: -84.127601,9.893001

Route Grade Citations

5.12b Dustin Johnston-Jewell
5.12b Principal

Route quality

Route quality

Lead Styles

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