Straight Crack (Difficult)
This is the first real climb on the wall and barely warrants a rope,
it starts in the obvious crack on the left of South America Wall.
Climb out of the break and up the crack on very good holds, the
top section is by far the easiest section of this climb. The decent
route is a couple of meters to the left.
I have not found a record of the name of this climb but no doubt
some one has climbed it and not even realised they were the first.
It starts a little to the right of Straight Crack, just below the
two parallel cracks, climb the longer one to reach good holds above.
Do not use any foot holds on Straight Crack.
West Coast (Difficult)
The name is because you are climbing up what looks like the west
coast of South America. The climb starts at the bottom tip of South
America and works its way up the left hand crack, finishing on the
easy ledges above.
Sendero Luminoso (Hard Severe)
This route also starts at the bottom tip of South America, but takes
the more direct route up the middle of the face, upon reaching the
thin horizontal crack a little below the middle of the climb you
start to feel that you are lacking holds, but this soon gives way
to some very good horizontal breaks from where the top is in easy
Belize (Very Severe)
Belize is one of them climbs that make you want to do it again if
only you had the energy left, it starts to the right of South America
on the left most vertical crack. The start is very thin on good
foot holds and you find your self 'going for it' a lot. The upper
section is a little over hanging but has some good holds.
San Denista (Hard Very Severe)
This route starts at the right hand crack next to Belize, you climb
this crack which is very strenuous, you should not use the holds
on Belize as you climb. The crack gives way to a steep corner which
can be climbed with a little effort.
San Miguel (Hard Very Severe)
The next thin vertical crack on the right of San Denista is the
start of San Miguel, climb up this crack to the over hanging bulge
and directly over the top of the bulge to finish.