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Update: last updated on 03/11/2010.

Cerro El Mocho - North face

7. Little Big Wall

450m 6c A4

Jean Marc Clerc, Rémy Duhoux and Vasken Koutoudjian (France), 25/1/1996.

Description. The lower two thirds involve difficult aid in shallow cracks.

History. It took them six days over a 3-week period to climb this fifteen-pitch route. They used 300 meters of fixed rope.

Approach. Niponino.

Descent. Via the same route.

Bibliography. La Montagne et Alpinisme magazine 183 p. 56-57; La Montagne et Alpinisme magazine 184 p.18-23; AAJ 1997 p. 249-250; High magazine 164, p. 30; Vertical magazine 88 p. 24; Annales GHM 95/96 p. 50-51, p.65.

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El Mocho - north face

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