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Description

The tallest face just right of the big left trending off-width crack in the middle of Cerro Quemado.

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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Long slab, lots of vegetation, high first bolt.

Starts with the miniroof with a chain on the first bolt. Just left of the pine tree. Grade 5.10a if you use the chossy section to the right, for the first 4 bolts.

Starts with the cracked blocks and a miniroof boulder (5.9), before you reach the 1st bolt... Then easy climbing until the first reunion. Second pitch is a beauty, thin edges on exposed slab.

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