Gomez, Lopez, Fitzgerald
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Start on a sequency 4 bolt overhang. After the 4th bolt move left on some face moves and head for a massive undercling. Crank over the undercling and head straight to the anchor clipping. The route name is according to a friend: ''the 3 most common Mexican names''. Pumpy route.
To the left of the obvious arête Macguffin in the huge open book with black hangers.
9 bolts. A couple of long quickdraws are useful as this route wanders a bit.
|Comments on Gomez, Lopez, Fitzgerald
|By Ian Lingley|
Apr 29, 2013
I hopped on this route the other day and pulled the clipping hold off the crux sequence, where the hold was located became an under-cling. I believe the grade is still 11b maybe 11c, but clipping the second or third bolt could be tricky.