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Table of contents

1. La Muralla 12 routes in Sector

All Sport

Long/Lat: -77.344862, -10.093437


A wall with prominent central splitter crack

Access Issues: inherited from Hatun Machay

A local company "Andean Kingdom" (http://www.andeankingdom.com/) organizes a daily bus trips to and from the crag from Huaraz costing 25 Sols (10 USD) for each way for each person.

There is a modern hut with full kitchen and hot water located a 5min walk from the crag for 30 Sols (12USD) per night. You need to bring your own food, however beer is available at the hut.

Ethic: inherited from Hatun Machay

In agreement with the local community many areas of Hatun Machay have been declared “nature zones”. The aim is to preserve the ecological balance in the area whilst respecting the community’s land and cultural history.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Iros tomar a todo {FR} 6a+ Sport
2 Et Trio es Bueno

Up scoops until hard move to clip anchor

FR:5a+ Sport 25m, 12
3 ** Luzzmila Need Poronga

Upbolted splitter crack

{FR} 5a+ Sport 25m, 14
4 ** Altreierhof {FR} 6c+ Sport 30m
5 ** Schnekent Alerstrabe {FR} 7a Sport 32m
6 ** Hatun Machay Viber {FR} 7a+ Sport 33m
7 ** Stiflers World

Technical face with lots of feet.

{FR} 6a+ Sport 18m, 12
8 * El Sorbete Pee

Big start, follow the "gutter" (bolts to the left). Under scrub bridge left then up to anchors

{FR} 5b Sport 18m, 8
9 ** El Gran Cholo {FR} 7c+ Sport 16m
10 Que se Pague las Chelas!! {FR} 6b Sport 16m
11 * Pitufo Gruñon {FR} 6a Sport 15m
12 * Guachita Acuática {FR} 6a Sport 15m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5a+ Et Trio es Bueno Sport 25m, 12
** Luzzmila Need Poronga Sport 25m, 14
5b * El Sorbete Pee Sport 18m, 8
6a * Guachita Acuática Sport 15m
* Pitufo Gruñon Sport 15m
6a+ Iros tomar a todo Sport
** Stiflers World Sport 18m, 12
6b Que se Pague las Chelas!! Sport 16m
6c+ ** Altreierhof Sport 30m
7a ** Schnekent Alerstrabe Sport 32m
7a+ ** Hatun Machay Viber Sport 33m
7c+ ** El Gran Cholo Sport 16m