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Adam Ondra writes: “Last November in Margalef, as my main objective Perfecto Mundo stayed damp for many days in a row, I was forced to seek other sectors to get to climb. La Bongada (8c+/9a, 5.14c/d) is on the south-facing overhang, and it is one of my favorite routes in Margalef. It is not just straightforward pulling on pockets, but it has really various handholds and really interesting sequences, especially in the crux through the spectacular roof. The route has a really nice flow, it changes the pace and rhythm, and for Margalef standards, it is relatively friendly to the skin. Watch the ascent!”