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A must do! One of the best in Bishop. Climb the knobs and dyno for the tea-cup hueco at the lip.
Comments on Seven Spanish Angels (aka The Ruckus)
By molony Aug 3, 2009 rating: V6 7A
it would definitely be advisable to try and get to this thing either early in the morning or on a fairly chilly day. once the sun hits the two pinches near the top become pretty awful
By RNclimber From: Riverside, Ca Dec 14, 2010
I agree to the comment above. Drove straight to this problem this passed Monday to try to send, but once the sun came over the horizon and started beaming on the holds, it just kept getting greasy and greasy. Hopefully I will get the send next visit.
By Tavis Ricksecker From: Bishop, ca Dec 22, 2010
Late in the afternoon the thing is shady too. Don't miss it!
By Andy Liu From: Mammoth Lakes, CA Feb 28, 2012
By Trevor V. From: Santa Barbara, Ca May 17, 2012 VIDEO
By Andy Liu From: Mammoth Lakes, CA Jan 24, 2013 VIDEO
By Stephen Palermo Mar 3, 2013
mirko caballero added a sit to this which goes at 8a.
By cbtacy Aug 11, 2013
If this is at your limit, you should hit it up on a cold windy day as that will make the crux feel a LOT more secure. The jug IS huge.
By Matt Haig From: California Aug 21, 2013 VIDEO
By Paul Dieterle From: Pasadena, CA Sep 24, 2013
IMO this is the premiere V6 in Bishop. It's got the best movement, the neatest holds, and one of the most aesthetic backdrops.
By Spencer Hemstreet From: San Francisco, California Mar 23, 2014
I hit this every night for 3 days till i finally sent it. Once its in the shade, get on it. i wouldnt climb this in the morning, unless you enjoy racing the sun