2012-10-06 La Mussara, Lo Soterrani   2 comments

Rhinolophus De Terra Dura, 6a was one of those climbs that I somehow had never got around to doing… until today.  It was really nice, as are many of the lines in this sector.  Looking at the Rockfax Costa Daurada, admittedly not the best guide in the world, there’s any amount of starred routes here.  The Talker Bom, 6a for example… another great route and a joy to climb, Cristian even onsighting it.

La Cuerda Floja, 6b

While he plays with La Cuerda Floja, 6b, I have a look at El Pez Mas Viajo Del Rio, 7b and need to work it a little.  The crux is 2 bolts at the top of the slightly overhanging middle slab.  I’ll put this on the back burner, but will definitely come back to it – it’s a great line.

6a   6a   7b   7b

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Posted 2012/10/06 by allend66 in La Mussara, Lo Soterrani, Rockclimbing

2 responses to “2012-10-06 La Mussara, Lo Soterrani

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  1. CIERTAMENTE la la Costa Daurada Rockfax es una ursupacion, vinieron, copiaron, todo lo que pudieron y mas, y sacaron una guia que se vende en to el globo, ole sus guevos!!, te tengo que decir que el pez… tiene un paso de bloque alli donde tu sabes, duro de pelar!!, salut

  2. Lo tienes bien clavado, Joan… un buen ejemplo de la vía Exauri-Xell, donde dicen ‘might be harder’. ¿ Y qué pasa con la beta que escriben en todas las líneas?? – así no puedes sacar un encadene a vista! Salut bou…

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