Cumulus (Cumulus) 7-
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added by Ad Min la data de 24.10.2014
edited by Ad Rian la data de 20.05.2019

General characteristics


Rotpunkt grade: 7-
Type: Sport climbing

 Sursă: Cristi Popescu 
Length: 5 pitches
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Summary

Mechanical anchorsGrass

First ascent and re-bolting

First ascent: Adrian Munteanu, Sebastian Băieş, Raul Alexandru
Date: 2003


Route description - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

The trail departs on a brîna, green roof, located at the right Edge of the Volcano.

LC1 - going vertical, a 6m then, from the second insurance, it continues upward, slightly left, on a vertical face exceeding small cracks and alveoli, up to a large outlet, reverse, the place where we actually are tipping over vertical right a few yards then the trail is straight up. Passages have sometimes steps relatively forced, insurance being more spaced so that you need to do a few good moves to get to them, but the climbing is very beautiful, with steps not exceeding the degree 6+/7-. Get in the pool after about 22-25m, on a small threshold with grass. Regrouping is on the expansion bolts.
LC2 - crosses to the right about 2m and gets a crack that goes until it closes and then traverses right on a face easily fallen where is a step more difficult of the route. I felt him on to grade 7 and I couldn't pass to him than with the stirrup, but Angi said that he found a very large, covered with grass. Therefore, this step probably isn't more than 7-, if you can find the outlet in question. After the lifting on this front continuous vertical right over faces fallen and thresholds and then use a threshold grass that crosses the right, slightly downward until the right of the vertical faces, about 4m in height, on which a climb through the right side. Get on some rapids of rock and grass on which we climb up to the wall, where we cross the few yards to the right, reaching into the pool. The length is 22m and the grade 7 - to the front of the easy fallen from departure.
LC3 - climbs up through the right pool, a inclined ramp, with on the left an archway. At the end of the ramp is reached at the base of a wall where we cross to the right on a belt found in the back of a dry tree. After crossing over a 4-5m trail goes up on one side with sockets generous amounts to an arcade which forms a rift wide. Where the crack closes cross any 2m right, slightly upward, until in the pool. The length is 17m and grade 6+ on the arch at the end of the length. With 3-4m below the pool and to the right, and one of the stations of the booster that we use at the retreat.
LC4 and LC5 are the joint lengths with the last 2 lengths of the route of Ang Babu, and LC5 is common and with the last length of the Edge of the Volcano.
LC4 - Go through the left of the pool, vertically, surpassing the faces with a straightedge and thresholds to the grip until it gets to a crack that leads to the base of a dihedral. Climb this dihedral leads us on a threshold where regroup. The length is 25m and grade 6+.
LC5 - get out of the pool vertically beside an archway which is on the left then 5m above traverse 1,5 m right to overcome a small beetle, with here and step length coded on a 6+. From here we continue vertical slightly left and then up and down gently right over the small vertical faces, with plugs good, interspersed by rapids strewn with grass. After about 40-45m we're at the end of the length of the where, at about 7m, we have station booster common routes of Ang Babu, Cumulus, Sherpa and the Edge of the Volcano. The length is around 40-45m to the point of the booster and about 55-60m up to the boulder above where we can regroup. The degree length is a maximum of 6+.
Information source
Cristi Popescu - http://totpedrum.blogspot.ro/2014/06/cumulus-5lc-4b-7-muntii-buces-vulcan.html

Access and retreat - Translated with Yandex Tanslate

Access route: At the base of the route is reached climbing from the left side of the last clearings, which precedes the grove at the base of the wall, on a mountain which is located near a boulder of rock on which is located a tourist's mark. If in the clearing turn to the right, towards the middle of the wall, we'll give the other potecu?e which, however, do not lead to our route.
Retreat route: Option 1 - make a series of 4 boosters. The first lead in R4, the second leads a little to the right, on a dihedral, it will about 30m up to a stop of the booster with the chain, the third descends vertically meets first a first station of booster, but I didn't surîs for that below her were only the bushes and the possibility of fouling of the ropes was great so I continued the rappel still about 8m to the right (sitting with his face to the wall) to another station. Here it makes a final booster until a threshold sea and grass under a tree. On the threshold down to the left (towards the valley) catching is a clearing that we get at the beginning of the routes Ang Babu and Sherpa. (this version of the retreat I used it after the route done in the next few days).

Variant 2 - In the forest continues to the left(as you look at the top of the slope), NOT UP. It goes on the curve level or slightly downward, when possible, about 150-200m till it comes out in vîlcelul located at the right side of the wall Zaganului. From here we'll descend on the path marked. The last portion until vîlcel is downward. It is something boschetarit, but with a little attention and sense of orientation can reveal a passageway accessible among the trees and dense shrubs.

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Access route: At the base of the route is reached climbing from the left side of the last clearings, which precedes the grove at the base of the wall, on a mountain which is located near a boulder of rock on which is located a tourist's mark. If in the clearing turn to the right, towards the middle of the wall, we'll give the other potecu?e which, however, do not lead to our route.
Retreat route: Option 1 - make a series of 4 boosters. The first lead in R4, the second leads a little to the right, on a dihedral, it will about 30m up to a stop of the booster with the chain, the third descends vertically meets first a first station of booster, but I didn't surîs for that below her were only the bushes and the possibility of fouling of the ropes was great so I continued the rappel still about 8m to the right (sitting with his face to the wall) to another station. Here it makes a final booster until a threshold sea and grass under a tree. On the threshold down to the left (towards the valley) catching is a clearing that we get at the beginning of the routes Ang Babu and Sherpa. (this version of the retreat I used it after the route done in the next few days).

Variant 2 - In the forest continues to the left(as you look at the top of the slope), NOT UP. It goes on the curve level or slightly downward, when possible, about 150-200m till it comes out in vîlcelul located at the right side of the wall Zaganului. From here we'll descend on the path marked. The last portion until vîlcel is downward. It is something boschetarit, but with a little attention and sense of orientation can reveal a passageway accessible among the trees and dense shrubs.

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