Busot – Lower Tier 

This stretches across the hillside and is approached from below arriving at the right hand end with sector El Torreon, followed by Jabugo, Circo, Pallitella, Jamon, Karma, and Toki – about a hundred routes in all. We passed through the circling of the waggons in the parking area

… and found the gang on the pillar at sector Jabugo – a nice selection of slabby 6as & bs. We did La Tocino, a decent 6a+ followed by Serrana, a steady 6b with a tough 6c+ extension. 

Here’s Fiona on To Magra, the central line up the fine pillar 

Heading further left, here’s Pauline on the edge of the Circo sector 

Seeking something a bit less slabby we arrived at the bulging red and yellow pocketed wall at Karma, promptly failing on a stunning 7a arête and then enjoying a sports-Gogarth experience on the fun but friable wall to the left – Karma indeed (though I’m not sure for what!) Finishing the tour of the crag we did Toki, 6b,on  the eponymous buttress – probably the best and perhaps easiest route we did all day.

Another twilight descent and another fine day’s cragging in good company. Happy holidays! 

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