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14 39 21m ø /1.9m ø Limestone

Map : Sector Don Quijote

Routes

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1
Susurrando a Sebastián
6a+

Route Setter_abbr: %14 %b`%15: Ramon Cadalas
First Ascent_abbr: %14 %b`%15: Ramon Cadalas
Sport ?  10 1
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2
Rosinante
6a+

Route Setter_abbr: %11 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %12 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
Sport 19m  10 3

The corner to the left of the small pillar leads to a steep headwall with pockets. Go right at the end to the anchors of 'Rucio' . ©
3
Rucio
6a

Route Setter_abbr: %11 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %12 %b`%12: @nickyhochmuth,@maestoe
Sport 19m  9 5

Homogeneous face climbing on good pockets. Same anchors as 'Rosinante'. ©
4
Sancho Panza
6a+

Route Setter_abbr: %12 %b`%15: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
Route Setter_abbr: %10 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %13 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
Sport 21m  9 4

The small pillar from the ground leads to a crack with good pockets and crimps. Before you climb to the right chain a awkward move up to the ledge is waiting on you. ©
5
Luchar contra Molinos de Viento
7a

Route Setter_abbr: %12 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %13 %b`%12: @nickyhochmuth,@maestoe
Sport 24m  13 3

Reachy and sustained pocket pulling with poor footholds are the first crux of this nice climb. At the top it also takes the crux of 'Don Quijote' and the same anchors. ©
6
Don Quijote
6b

Route Setter_abbr: %12 %b`%12: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %13 %b`%12: @nickyhochmuth,@maestoe
Sport 25m  12 4

An enjoyably and long dihedral with a thin finish. ©
7
Caballero de los Leones
6b+

Route Setter_abbr: %13 %b`%15: @maestoe,@nickyhochmuth
First Ascent_abbr: %13 %b`%15: @orangehelmet
Sport 25m  12 2

Homogeneous face climbing on good pockets with a slightly sustained finish. ©
8
Hidalgo
?

Sport ? 0
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9
Dulcinea
6b+

Route Setter_abbr: %16 %b`%12: Carlos Tudela,@carlosdediosarribas
First Ascent_abbr: %16 %b`%12: Carlos Tudela,@carlosdediosarribas
Sport 22m  10 4

Steep face climbing with an interesting finish. Stop at the anchors of aldonza for a 6a. ©
10
Grisóstomo
6a+

Route Setter_abbr: %10 %b`%16: @carlosdediosarribas, @maestoe
First Free Ascent_abbr: %10 %b`%16: @carlosdediosarribas
Sport 18m  9 0

Interisting and varied route that shares the last bolt and the anchor with aldonza. ©
11
Aldonza
5c

Route Setter_abbr: %16 %b`%12: Carlos Tudela,@carlosdediosarribas
First Ascent_abbr: %16 %b`%12: Carlos Tudela,@carlosdediosarribas
Sport 18m  7 4

This enjoyable moderate climbing follows a small pillar to the lower anchors. ©
12
El Toboso
6b

Route Setter_abbr: %05 %b`%15: @carlosdediosarribas,@maestoe
First Ascent_abbr: %05 %b`%15: @maestoe
Sport 21m  9 3

Nice pocket pulling. The crux is a bit more sustained as you might expect. ©
13
La fres-cura
6a+

Route Setter_abbr: %24 %b`%13: Alejandra Risquez,@carlosdediosarribas
First Ascent_abbr: %25 %b`%13: Alejandra Risquez,@carlosdediosarribas
Sport 22m  12 4

Technical start and finish with huge jugs in between to pull trough. ©
14
Brocabruno
6b

Route Setter_abbr: %18 %b`%13: Alejandra Risquez,@carlosdediosarribas,@ximof
First Ascent_abbr: %18 %b`%13: @ximof,@carlosdediosarribas
Sport 20m  9 2

The awkward start might give you a good pump. ©
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