El Pati



Access issues inherited from Siurana

Excellent walking access to endless crags.



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Same start as La Boqueria but finishes left.

Start on La Rambla, keep left.

Start on La Rambla and keep heading left.

FA: Dani Andrada, 1998

This is the full length of La Rambla and includes the traverse after the first anchor. It connects to the anchor of La Reina Mora.

Climbed by Margo Hayes in 2017 making her the first woman to climb a confirmed 9a+.

Set: Dani Andrada & Alexander Huber

FFA: Ramón Julián Puigblanque, 2003

This is the original line that ends at the first anchor and is climbed without the traverse added by Dani Andrada.

The grade was confirmed to be 9a.

FA: Alexander Huber, 1994

Given 8b+ by Huber, but received only 4 more ascents in 16 years and was upgraded 2 grades.

Set: Dani Andrada

FA: Ramon Julian, 12 Apr 2015

Same start as 2 x 30 but heads out left.

Up the huge orange wall.

The route to the second anchor.

Set: Dani Andrada

FA: Dani Andrada, Mar 2018

The scene of some very impressive ascents. 3rd shot by a 14 year old Ondra at 8c+ then, after a hold broke, Megos made the first ever 9a onsight (if you don't count some 9a's previously onsighted but downgraded by Ondra).

Set: Dani Andrada

FA: Ramon Julian, 2004

Direct start of Estado Critico.

FA: Chris Sharma, 2008

FA: Dani Andrada, 2004

FA: Dani Andrada, 30 Nov 2016

FA: 2003

Rather spaced bolts, a spicy crux and interesting climbing throughout. But possibly one of the coolest and most rewarding routes you can climb at the grade here.


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