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L1: 6c

Cruxy slopey start to fun pumpy climbing. Don't let the first bolt scare you away.

Do not underestimate this fiendish route! It's far more sustained in nature than the other climbs in this area such as "Jam Session" and is very polished now. The crux is that it never stops hitting back. Keep everything in reserve for whatever might be around the next lip...

A journey on positive tufas and horizontal finger slots that magically expand the circumference of your forearms the closer you get to the top - it's a kind of magic!

Sustained at the start to a bouldery crux at mid-height - be ready to bone those crimpers!!! A fun slopey section afterwards leads to an excitingly pumpy end section - it's not over till it's over!

Start doing some funky moves up the right of the massive tufa pillar! Always interesting to the very top - shares a bit of climbing with "Derribos Arias" and shares the anchor with the "Tarambana".

Bouldery low down (V4-ish) into a long and sustained section of fun athletic moves. Finish leftwards on the same finish as "Penya Xunga" - a techy finale on a thin wall...

A beautiful slightly overhung wall on immaculate orangey coloured sandy limestone. A physical start leads to climbing on much easier angled terrain with small crimps and pockets - used to be 8a!

A thin bouldery start leads to a good rest followed by a sustained and technical wall climb on thin edges and bad feet. This climb keeps coming at you, be ready for the finale! Hard for the grade of 8a at Terradets!

A Jack in the box... Lulls you into a false sense of security then springs at you as a crazy demon clown with fangs!!! After you've beaten the clown to death you can relax for a bit before it crawls up behind you again to drag you off the top by your fingertips

Very varied climbing from start to finish. Don't mistake for "Flix Flax", this one busts out right and "Flix Flax" goes out left. Definitely keep something left in the tank for the final bulge and don't attempt in the sun if you want to have any skin left on your finger tips!!!

One of the best lines at the crag! Stunning climbing on huge tufa pipes that turn blue if you hike the contrast on photoshop Beware of the hidden gem below the chains!!!

One of the most stellar lines on the Bruixes wall! A funky start with some single-digit cranking leads to a powerful boulder and an intimidating and not to be underestimated final bulge - good thing the rests are so darn good

Another Jack in the box... Fun 7b climbing until you gain the tufa system, from which prepare to fight for your life!

Formula Weekend - Sustained endurance climbing with several short sections of tricky technical climbing on pockets and crimps. Feet on this become sparse the higher you go but if you don't trust them you will find the final head wall trickier than it needs to be... Be prepared to yard of some filthy crimps before the chains!

A much easier finale and worth doing if you've done the first pitch (there's no harm?). Arguable whether or not it changes the grade but many suggest that the first pitch is more like 8a+ which is why the roof adds a "+" overall...

One of the finest pieces of climbing in Catalunya - fun from start to finish, especially if you can find the sit down rest - It's not over until the fat lady sings (or Lee Cujes jumps on you from the chains...)

Upgraded 2011 after hold breakage.

Don't underestimate the tufa finish on this climb - easy climbing until it isn't.

FA: Dani Andrada, 2005

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