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Mundo Perdido

  • Grade context: US
  • Photos: 2
  • Ascents: 8

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This is a small canyon on the right when you hike further up from "La Ola". It has a blocky base and unfortunately a lot of rubbish in it. There is climbing on the left, overhanging wall and also on the right, slabby wall.

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 equipment if you pass through and make sure it makes it to the local, very friendly climbing community.

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Hard boulder to start, sustained technical climbing through the middle.

Set: David Galindo

FA: David Galindo

Nice slightly overhung resistance route. Some of the nicest rock and best climbing in CQ. Careful of a few large, loose blocks in the middle of the route. Rebolted 03/22

Maint: Álvaro Hernández Lacayo & Renée Ruano

Set: Miguel Arango

Climbs the unique-looking red coloured rock, 10m past "Tributo". Technical face and sharp crack. Bit chossy but worth climbing. Recently rebolted.

The first route you encounter as you climb the hill past La Ola and enter the Mundo Perdido canyon.

Set: Miguel Arango

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