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P0: Solo up the initial slab to the first anchor. Take care if climbing the loose flake / crack to the left.
P1: 50m, IV - runout (4 bolts) but easy up the initial slab.
P2: 30m, IV - more of the same, but with more bolts.
P3: 35m, V - nice climbing beside a left facing corner and through a small roof. Loads of bolts.
P4: 20m, V+ - starting to steepen, but still pretty cruisy. Loads of bolts.
P5: 30m, 6b+ - the first "business" pitch - the endurance crux of the route. Moderate start leads to a steepening in the wall, where the difficulties begin. Very very tightly bolted (take at least 20 quickdraws if you intend to clip everything).
P6: 15m, 6c - the second "business" pitch - the technical crux of the route. Some very tenuous moves up the steep wall. Also very tightly bolted.
P7: 25m, 6a - one or two dicky moves around the arete (very well protected), then easy up the juggy slab to the top (a little runout). Belay off the steel contraption with the crown on top of the pinnacle, not the manky old anchor just before the final step.
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Marcelo Castaneda on Punsola - Reniu 6a A1 - Punsola - taken about two years ago