This climb is classic and popular. A great introduction to some of the more difficult, steeper, pocketed climbs. A bit polished. Most people start with the first bolt pre-clipped. Start standing on a pile of 'cheater stones' and crank through the boulder problem crux, on small, positive, but polished pockets. Move left, then straight up through a small bulge with strenuous moves. The climbing then eases with bigger holds and good rests until the anchor.
this route can bo feound on the far right side of the 'secteur biography. There is a bulge with pockets at the start and a pile of 'cheater stones' Just to the right of 'wounded knee' and 'sitting bull' the name is painted at the base.
about 8 bolts to a fixed anchor.
Jordi getting ready to climb 'Saint Georges Picos'...
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From: New Brunswick Canada
Jul 5, 2012
I remember climbing this route right after a huge thunderstorm. Biggest one I've seen in my life. Memorable Céuse moment...