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Description:

With an overhanging tree at the top of the route, La Buseta is often used as the rappel spot for a West wall entry. The climb is easily distinguishable by its vertical white watermark and it’s parallel running hand-sized cracks at the top of the route. It is also the most northern (farthest to the right, when facing the wall) route on the west wall. The large cracks on the route allow for trad climbing, although the route is bolted. Expect a tricky start up multiple finger cracks to a rest ledge before moving into the larger hand cracks and layback moves. Continue climbing past the anchors to the extra bolt and then the rappelling tree if you wish to climb out of the ravine.

Route History:

There is no known route history.

Location:  

Located in Forum approx:
Long/Lat: -84.197693,9.945252

Route Grade Citations

5.10d Principal
5.10d * Dustin Johnston-Jewell

Route quality

Route quality

Lead Styles

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