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Description

huge wall right of buttress

Access issues inherited from Serra de Tramuntana

Since 2013 a permit is necessary for access to the nature protection zone of Sierra de Tramuntana. More information at https://www.caib.es/sites/espaisnaturalsprotegits/es/como_solicitar_una_autorizacion-22089/ and since 5/2020, only the online application is possible, not any more the email-based. If you can provide more details about the online process, please edit this text.

Before 5/2020, you could apply by sending the following two signed documents plus a copy of your ID document (driving licence or passport) to the email autoritzacions@dgmambie.caib.es

For climbing area put 'Serra de Tramuntana' and for dates put the duration of your stay.

Routes

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Grade Route
1 6a+
2 6a+
3 6a
4 6b
5 6b

6x35 abseil

1 6a
2 6c
3 5c
4 6a
5 5c
1 6b+
2 6a
3 6b+
4 6a
5 6b+

Left of 'Placa Aspera'

Long technical slab on small ledges without distinct crux. Bolts are a bit spaced.

Line of bolts right of 'Placa aspera' (right-hand line on the wall). Sustained and excellent.

Appears new as of September 2016; grade is approximate.

Excellent climbing directly left of the Gubia elephant. Easy up the initial wall and tufas, then an interesting start to and through the roof as well as a hard move past it. The first bolt in the roof is a bit awkward to clip.

Pitch 2 of "Moca de pavo"

1 4 28m
2 6a+ 15m
3 6b+ 15m
4 6b 17m
5 6b 13m

P4 anchor can be skipped via a variant - new bolts directly under P5 corner

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