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JFMAMJJASONDTrad climbing and Sport climbing
Lat / Long: 38.973814, -0.221419
- La piedra caliza es blanda - por favor, limpie tus zapatos de la suciedad con el fin de evitar asideros y pasos pulidos.
- No instala toprope directamente a través de anclaje o anillos - usa tu propio material en su lugar.
- Limpia las marcas de tiza con un cepillo.
- No dejes papel higiénico.
- Recoge la basura - también las colillas de cigarrillos.
- Aparcar con consideración (los tractores deben poder pasar también el fin de semana).
- The limestone is soft – please clean your shoes from dirt in order to avoid polished handholds and steps.
- Don't toprope directly through anchors or bolts – use your own material instead.
- Clean chalk and tickmarks with a brush.
- Don't leave toilet paper.
- Pick up rubbish - also cigarette butts.
- Park considerately (tractors should be able to pass also at the weekend).
At the top search for a pine tree and cairns. Then follow the red dots back down to the approach path.
Homo Marxuquerensis - Part II
A good description and topo of the route is available on circomarco.blogspot.com.
For Part I of this route see Homo Marxuquerensis - Part I.
Set by Xavi Calabuig, David Moncho & Angel Martin
Cresta Mollo de la Creu
The route is completely unequipped. The number of pitches may therefore differ depending on how you decide to do anchors.
The following video has lots of beta information:
|5/5+||Homo Marxuquerensis - Part II||200m, 5|
|5+||Cresta Mollo de la Creu||6|