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New bolts. Start at the small nose and move up to the left of the roof, making some nice moves up and right to the thin crack. After reaching the ledge move up and right to the crack and climb the nice pillar on the left as soon as possible
New bolts. Make fierce moves round the roof to join the thin crack of 'Paella mixta'. At the ledge move left to climb the groove by bridging and finger jamming. at the top move right to finish on the pillar.
New bolts. Scramble easily up to ledges and then climb blocks just to the right of a small cave leading to a crack system. Climb this with some steep moves higher up.
New bolts. Scramble easily onto ledges and then climb the groove between the two lava pillars.
New bolts. Start as for 'Pan bizcochado', but move right onto the pillar front and follow it with some nice climbing
New bolts. Start at the base of a small pillar, below a new stainless steel glue-in by an obvious pocket at 4m. Climb easily up (old bolt available) to reach the obvious pocket and make some good moves right and up. At the ledge move slightly L and up to climb the pillar with the help of the crack on the left. (a right hand slightly easier variant using the same bolts is available at the top).
New bolts. Scramble easily up onto the ledges below the routes. At the left hand end of the ledge climb the crack/groove system.
New bolts. Scramble easily up onto the ledges below the routes. Climb the central crack to make some good steep moves round the bulge using pockets on the face.
New bolts. Scramble easily up onto the ledges below the routes. Start up the groove at the right of the ledge and then break out onto the left wall using pockets to move up and left to the lower-off.
New bolts. Scramble easily up onto the ledges below the routes. Start up the groove at the right of the ledge and then break out right with some nice moves using pockets to move up to the lower-off.
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