Corredor Estasen

Corredor Estasen

Page Type Page Type: Route
Location Lat/Lon: 42.63110°N / 0.68140°E
Additional Information Route Type: Ice Climb
Additional Information Time Required: A long day
Additional Information Difficulty: PD
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We will leave from the plate glacier of Coronas

Route Description

Via Runner Estasen
We'll start at the 103 km of the C-139 road highway it divides a track forest that finishes in the refuge of Ballivierna. Before the bridge of parking a footpath is born that overcomes rio by a spectacular forest of black pine after strong inclines we will arrive at the lake under crowns and level from crowns 1h. Girare now to the east to overcome the circus by strong slope to arrive at the Coronas upper lake from Coronas 1h 30m. To surround the superior lake by Coronas and to overcome by the slope, until arriving at the foot of the mass of the Aneto. In this point we will be with two channels. One that start off for the col of Coronas and another one to the right that is the snow runner. In this point we began to overcome the snow channel 50ºmax spear to always arrive by the left from this. When arriving at the col we lined up the crest by a mixed land (I). We continued by one sharpened crest from which already the ugly and great cross is seen that crowns 30 Aneto.2h min
Total Time: 5h from the Ballivierna refuge

Essential Gear

Two ice axe , crampons and auxiliar rope

Miscellaneous Info

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Rafa Bartolome

Rafa Bartolome - Jun 4, 2006 7:45 pm - Voted 10/10

First climb and some corrections

-The first climb was realizated in July 16, 1930 by Lluis Estasen and Josep Rovira. -The translation of Corredor is "coulouir" (not runner). -More information: Near of the exit of the coulouir, in the south, are the summits of Aguja Daviú (3350m) and, 70 meters below, the Aguja Escudier (3315m) with a rock climb of I+ exposed.

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