The Rabadá Navarro it´s probably the most famous climbing route in our country. All the climbers dream to climb this route once in their lives.
Alberto Rabadá and Ernesto Navarro where one of the most important climbers in the history of Spain. They opened the first route of this famous big wall in the west face, so far considered impossible until the 21 of August of 1962. Twelve years later, the second route in this face was opened, called "La Directisima" who needed a lot of human, technique and economic resources.
In three alpine pitches we will reach the top of the big chimney called "Lastra Soldada". From here, we arrived to the "scar", a beautiful diagonal crack that is easier than the previous pitches and with an exceptional rock. The "scar" will leave us in the big terrace called "Tiros de la Torca" were we will start the famous big traverse with half of the west face under our feet. The big dihedral does not exceed the Vº in any of his pitches but we will start to be tired. In the next terrace called "Rocasolano" we will take a break before the last 3 pitches, knowing the summit is near. Finally, after 15 pitches and 750 meters of climb we will arrive to the summit of Picu Urriellu or Naranjo de Bulnes, tired but motivated after climbing the same route as the first ascensionist more than half a century ago.
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