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Table of contents

1. Crescent Moon Buttress 1 route in Cliff

All Sport

Long/Lat: -100.587814, 25.952013


Technically this crag is not part of Culo de Gato, but is another buttress in the same formation.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Crescent Moon Buttress

The first two pitches can be linked. After that I wouldn't recommend due to rope drag over loose rock and vegetation. The fourth pitch is the 10a. On the sixth pitch you rappel down to a notch and climb the last two. On the descent you rappel down to the notch again and use the anchors right on your face (or chest if you are tall) to rappel (walk) down to another anchor which takes you straight down to the ground with a single 70m rope (this new anchor was added recently).

5.10a Sport 200m 8, 8

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.10a Crescent Moon Buttress Sport 200m 8, 8