The morning frost is heavy on Barranco Camp. Ice is growing inside my water bottle.
Mohammad and Ambrose discuss how to tie walking sticks into a daypack. Hands need to be free for scrambling.
Karen and Bryan contemplate the route up and over the Barranco Wall. The “Wall” is only an 850 foot obstacle, but it looks like more. No technical experience is needed. Just a little courage. And lots of coffee.
For more on the Barranco Wall, see our post here.
Had a little traffic on the Wall, but everybody made it up safely.
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