Climb up to the little "popcorn tufa" but keep it on your right. The little roof at the top has great pockets and a nice little handlebar. Quality.
The sixth route in from the waters edge. Climb off a little ledge about three feet above the sand.
JJ crushing her way to the top
On the classic 'Ses tres Maries'.
|By Dean Cool|
From: Boulder, CO
Jun 8, 2011
Get on this climb! You can find this climb by locating the 3' tufa at the 3rd-4th bolt.
The book by Rockfax states this climb is named Ses tres Maries
|By Brian in SLC|
Oct 18, 2011
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII E2 5b
I think to the right of the tufa, then the finish up the left-slanting crack on steep terrain to the anchor is "Asuqui".
Straight up and then left of, then on top of, the prominant tufa might well be "Ses tres Maries" with a more straight up steep finish to the shared anchor with "Asuqui".
Both great routes. I thought Asuqui a touch harder.
Apr 25, 2012
rating: 5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b
I think Brian's correct about the location. This climb is to the LEFT of the tufa, and is called "Ses tres Maries".
|By D. Durrant|
Jun 17, 2012
Two different guides two different names. In the Mallorca guide by Miguel Riera the name is Asuqui.