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Update: last updated on 03/11/2010.

Cerro El Mocho - North face

13. Dulce de Leche

400m 7a

Luka Krajnc and Tadej Krišelj (SI), 1/2013.

Description. The first ascensionists describe it as quite a good, sustained route. There are three pitches of grade 5, five pitches of 6b, one of 6b+ and two of 7a. They left 2 pitons on the second 7a, but otherwise there is no gear on the route.

History. In 2009 and 2011 Argentines Ignacio Elorza and Maria Jose Moisés made a number of attempts to climb this line managing five pitches before retreating due to bad quality rock.

Approach. Niponino.

Descent. Frader Pisafe




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El Mocho - north face

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