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La Cortina Guide

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Alberto Sanchez Felicia Line

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Table of contents

1. La Cortina 5 routes in Sector

Summary:
All Sport climbing

Lat / Long: 16.720257, -93.118843

access issues

The “Cristo de Chiapas/Copoya” lookout has an entrance fee and opening times that climbers avoid by parking outside the gates on the west entrance. You should walk down a path from this carpark.

inherited from Paredes de Copoya
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 No seas puñal

Starts to the left, very easy start, then overhang and a traverse to the chains. Be careful of rope drag on this one.

Set by Grupo Escala Chiapas

5.10 Sport 10
2 Jackie Chango 5.11+ Sport 2, 11
3 Losing My Religion 5.10c Sport 7
4 Hormiga Atómica 5.9 Sport 7
5 La Piñata 5.10 Sport 5

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style Pop
5.9 Hormiga Atómica Sport 7
5.10c Losing My Religion Sport 7
5.10 La Piñata Sport 5
No seas puñal Sport 10
5.11+ Jackie Chango Sport 2, 11
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