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Blue rope slings currently (2020).
Red rope slings as quickdraws. Long line through steep stalactite and tufa features.
Set by Dani Andrada
FA: Edu Marin, 30 Apr 2015
FA: Dani Andrada, 30 Nov 2014
FA: Luis Rodriguez Martin, 8 Oct 2018
Repeated by Adam Ondra 13-Apr-2011
Set by Bernabé Fernandez, 2003
FA: Bernabé Fernandez, 2003
Combination link-up. Start in Golpe de calor and traverse right into the finish of Cenizo for the final four bolts for an easier finish.
Combination link-up. Start in Cenizo and traverse left into the finish of Golpe de calor for the final four bolts of harder technical face climbing.
first part of 'La Planta de Shiva'
FA: Sébastien Bouin, May 2016
Set by José Luis Palao
FA: Carlos Jimenez Munoz
Set by José Boludo
The route to the first anchor.
Described by Jonathan Siegrist as "Absolutely incredible route with no place to hide. Resistant like hell."
The route links a section of 8c into a steep and crimpy upper half to create a 45-meter endurance test-piece.
It was the first 9b to be freed by a female climber: Angy Eiter.
Set by Manolo Del Castillo, 2006
FFA: Adam Ondra, 22 Apr 2011
FA: Adam Ondra, 22 Apr 2011
A link-up variation that has become a big classic. Start on Matar a Platon and finish up on the final four bolts of La Chispas.
The same start as La Rubia but traverse left on crimps to gain the anchor under the steep part.
The shorter variation to Mundo Feliz.
Mundo feliz start, but escape right at the no-hands rest to the dihedral feature. It finishes at the same anchor as Mundito Feliz.
Link up. Climb the black slab that is the first line right of the Mundo Feliz pillar and link into the finish of Naya into the anchor of Mundito Feliz.
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Angy Eiter on La Planta de Shiva 9b - Firs female 9b by Angy Eiter
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