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Description

Dark vegetated wall up and right of the "Mini Super" wall.

Access issues inherited from El Potrero Chico

Most of the climbing here is in a State Park and there is no fee to enter. Please help maintain a clean environment in order to help maintain these privileges.

Routes

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Grade Route

This is the far left route on the TNT Wall just after you cross the rock scree coming from the Mini Super Wall. This route climbs through lots of sharp pockets and the vertical climbing up top is on dirty crumbling rock.

FA: Norma Torres & Mark Grundon

This is the second route from the left and climbs tremendously better than the first route. Climb up on great solid rock to a low crux. Then keep climbing up the enjoyable movement to the anchors. This rock is much different than what you normally climb in EPC.

FA: Mark Grundon & Cope Fernandez

From the top of the 4th pitch you can use the 5th pitch which climbs up and over a bit of a scramble to a garden area above.

Shares anchor with first pitch of "TNT Route".

2nd pitch has two variations. The one that is the original goes right and up and crosses over the route Agua de Coco and finishes out right of that route on it's own anchors. The newer variation that goes up and left finishes at the top of the second pitch of TNT and is known as Scud. 5.10b.

2 60m ropes needed.

FA: John

FA: Jaime Navarrete & Andy Baldassar

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