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Climb some big tuffas up to a technical section where they peter out. This leads to a break where some big tuffa fins begin. Climb these up to the roof. There is a harder route that cuts right at this point, El Sepes heads out the roof to the left. Move out the roof onto the overhanging head wall on good holds. Head up to a though traverse left to some short tuffas and your last clip, a long rope currently resides here to facilitate clipping off of the tuffas. Make your run for the chains, it's going to be a lot of airtime if you blow it.
This route is near the left side of the area. There is a 8 foot roof that runs along the left side of the area at about mid height on the wall. Below this roof there is a tree that sticks out of the wall about 25 feet up. El Sepes starts and climbs just to the right of this tree.
Bolts to a bolted anchor.