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Love is nice and so is chalk

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Love is nice and so is chalk

Yanqui shows that there's no conflict between chalk and a soulful realization of "Que Lindo Es El Amor".
Submitted by: yanqui on 2007-06-26
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Yanqui shows his romantic side

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Tim agrees: it's nice to be in love.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2007-06-26
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Gaby sends Pensa y Ponele

Average Rating = 2.00/5 Gaby sends Pensa y Ponele

Gaby Cendoya climbs through the pump on the steeps jugs of Barker's Pensa y Ponele.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2007-06-26
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Gaby climbing strong on Pensa y Ponele

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Gaby climbing strong on Pensa y Ponele

Gaby Cendoya silohuetted on the steep jugs of Barker's Pensa y Ponele
Submitted by: yanqui on 2007-06-26
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Gaby Cendoya has a cookie

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Gaby Cendoya has a cookie

Not the best photo, but the only I have, of the short, but sweet (and steep) 5.10 route "Have a cookie". Put up on La Barrosa's Matrix wall by visiting climber Mike Pleinus.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-06-14
Views: 682 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Diego climbs the Ready Arete

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Diego climbs the Ready Arete

The Ready Arete, at 5.9, is one of La Barrosa's easiest climbs, with 5 bolts of interesting and varied moves.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-03-29
Views: 802 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 2
Setting out for the jugs

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Setting out for the jugs

Yanqui cranks a few thin moves on his never ending quest to reach big jugs, in this case situated a move or so further out the roof of Techo Grande.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-03-29
Views: 625 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 0
Charlie on the second send of Asperix

Average Rating = 2.67/5 Charlie on the second send of Asperix

Charlie Contarse on good holds after sending the crux of Asperix, still one of La Barrosa's most difficult boulder problems.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-03-29
Views: 613 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Gaby focuses on the jug

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Gaby focuses on the jug

Gabriela Cendoya (code name: labarrosa) gets ready to nab the jug on a V1 boulder problem at La Barrosa's usual boulders.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-03-29
Views: 878 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Yanqui on old school V2

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Yanqui on old school V2

Yanqui cranks a stout V2, one of the early sit-start problems in Sierra de los Padres cooked up by the Mar del Platenses.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-03-29
Views: 674 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Mariano starting up a fine 11a sport route

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Mariano starting up a fine 11a sport route

Mariano Maceri climbs a fine 5.11a sport route, hidden away on a 25 meter wall high above Lago Lacar.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
Views: 767 | Votes: 4 | Comments: 0
Emilio setting up at Los Monsters.

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Emilio setting up at Los Monsters.

Local climber Emilio Sierra sets up for a dyno in the zone of Los Monsters at La Pampilla in Coquimbo, Chile.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
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Emilio showing how it's done.

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Emilio showing how it's done.

After 6 days of bouldering we finally ran into the locals, so we had an excuse, right? I mean, after all, we were tired. Here's local climber Emilio Sierra showing how it's done in the zone of Los Monsters.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
Views: 752 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Mariano climbing at El Rincon

Average Rating = 3.14/5 Mariano climbing at El Rincon

The first of two shots of Mariano Maceri climbing a 5.11a slab route at El Rincon
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
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Mariano enjoys a slab

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Mariano enjoys a slab

A second shot of Mariano Maceri climbing an 11a slab at El Rincon.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
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Gaby cranks the standard fun

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Gaby cranks the standard fun

Gabriela Cendoya cranks the requisite standard fun at Vomito Negro (aka El Peñon) in Sierra de los Padrezs
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-03
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Gaby slabs out at El Rincon

Average Rating = 3.50/5 Gaby slabs out at El Rincon

Gabriela Cendoya climbing a slabby sport route in El Rincon. At first I thought this slab was the 5.11a, but after some reflection I think it's one of the 5.9s. Isn't that just like sport climbing?
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-01
Views: 1042 | Votes: 2 | Comments: 2
Gaby footworking a slab at El Rincon

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Gaby footworking a slab at El Rincon

Gabriela Cendoya checking her footwork while slabbing up a 5.9 near San Martin de los Andes. El Rincon is the face that you are looking at and is home to about 10 sport routes from 5.9 to 5.11 in difficulty
Submitted by: yanqui on 2005-02-01
Views: 682 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
Starting up Lost Fingers/Abrojos y Centellas

Average Rating = 3.33/5 Starting up Lost Fingers/Abrojos y Centellas

The combinition of the routes Lost Fingers and Abrojos y Centellas is without a doubt one of the most beautiful 3-pitch 5.11 trad climbs on the face of the earth. This is the first in a series of 3 (apparently poorly scanned) pictures. Here yanqui heads up the first pitch (5.10a) of Lost Fingers while Luis Imisario handles the belay.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-26
Views: 1152 | Votes: 3 | Comments: 0
High on Aguja Frey

Average Rating = 3.00/5 High on Aguja Frey

Yanqui finishing up the first pitch on an ascent of Lost Fingers/Abrojos y Centellas, one of the best 3-pitch 5.11 trad climbs anywhere.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-26
Views: 904 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 5
On the crux of Abrojos y Centellas

Average Rating = 2.50/5 On the crux of Abrojos y Centellas

Yanqui on overhanging jugs, approaches the end of the second pitch (5.11b) on an ascent of Lost Fingers/Abrojos y Centellas. The third pitch, in the dihedral above, could be the world's best 5.10d bomber handcrack. If you like 3-pitch 5.11 trad climbs, this route could be worth the plane fare to Argentina.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-26
Views: 936 | Votes: 2 | Comment: 1
The crux of Los Museos

Average Rating = 3.00/5 The crux of Los Museos

Yanqui on the crux of Los Museos (5.10a/b). Do this route in one LONG 55 meter pitch and you'll have yourself a great, fairly sustained 5.10- marathon. Take plenty of gear though. Or else divide the route into two pitches.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-26
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El Pedulin climbing on La Ola

Average Rating = 3.00/5 El Pedulin climbing on La Ola

My friend Diego Roldan working what will latter become the route 'En el Oeste está el Agite' perhaps the first 5.13b sport route climbed in Argentina.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-25
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Heading up to Torre Principal

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Heading up to Torre Principal

Gabriela Cendoya on her way to climb Torre Principal. We planned on doing Chocolate Liquido, a clean 5.10a offwidth, but opted for the normal route (5.9) when we saw it would be nice to have a couple of #4 camalots. If your biggest piece is a #2 camalot, Chocolate Liquido entails a 10 or 15 meter runout on continuous 10a offwidth with death fall potential. OUCH.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-25 | Last Modified: 2014-07-06
Views: 814 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
Yanqui climbing near Naranja Mecanica

Average Rating = 3.00/5 Yanqui climbing near Naranja Mecanica

Gaby Cendoya diligently watching yanqui climb some semi-trad 5.10 route, which involves gear placements higher up. The beautiful orange face starting up obvious holds about 25 feet to the left is called Naranja Mecanica and was probably the first 5.12d sport route equipped in Argentina, although it wasn't redpointed until Axel Von Müller pulled it off in the millennium 2000.
Submitted by: yanqui on 2004-11-25
Views: 627 | Vote: 1 | Comments: 0
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