Despite having traveled and lived in the sport climbing meccas of Spain and France, talented climber Daila Ojeda had never—until recently—climbed a route over two pitches long.
This changed when she returned to the beautiful walls of Spain’s Montserrat to tackle La Directa de L’Amistad (5.13b, 8 pitches). Watch to join her on this new adventure.
I can definitely see multi-pitch routes becoming addicting.
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