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A sector with many routes further right and up from the main face. You can see the "ola" higher up.

Ethic inherited from Cerro Quemado

Many of the routes were developed by (very few) local climbers. Climbing in Guatemala is not well established and it is hard to find gear and material. Bring some if you pass by and make sure it makes it to the local, very friendly climbing community.

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Warning Rock: Loose rock/boulders in top section

Nice beginner route. Has an anchor at the 7th bolt, before the chossy section.

Set: Miguel Arango & Victor Arango

Bouldery start into technical face. Some rusty bolts.

Set: Miguel Arango

Very nice technical face.

Set: Miguel Arango

Very nice technical face, resistance on decent holds.

Set: Miguel Arango

Set: Miguel Arango

Short resistance route.

Set: Miguel Arango

Start on "La Bolsita de Spiderman", veer right after 4th bolt, then climb alongside "Hijo de Gato" using the crack, until joining into this route higher up.

Set: Miguel Arango

Start right of "La Bolsita de Spiderman", climb the face before reaching the crack. Many rusty bolts remain on this route.

Set: Miguel Arango

FA: Miguel Arango

Beautiful crack. Located across the path from "Hijo de Gato". Scramble required to reach the belay station.

Set: Victor Arango

Project apparently set by a travelling North American climber. Located across the path from "Hijo de Gato", up the hill a little. The graffiti nearby is unmistakable. Clip stick recommended for 1st bolt. ? bolt quality.

Set: unknown

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