Access to the place
Hiking to the start
From the parking lot, follow the path upwards, which heads due north on almost level ground. Further on, follow the small path that continues in the same direction, with blue markings in the shrubbery. The Pastereta is in sight. The path climbs steeply, winding its way up to the needle, passing the Serrat d'En Muntaner. Above this, there's a small fork to the right (kairn) which leads right to the foot of the wall, on the western flank of the Pastereta. Climb a little to the right at the base of the rock and you'll arrive at the foot of the slab. 3 lines of nails: the 1st is a sporty one (via Zoé). The second, just beside it, is 6a+ (the Cuervix) and the 3rd, a few metres from the central crack, is the right one. 1st nail high, above the ledge.
The route is 80m long with 2 equal lengths of 40m. It is fully equipped.
L1 (40m, 6a)
A slightly exposed start up to the 1st high nail, but no difficulty. Then a fine 1st section in 6a, where you have to position yourself well and look for the best way to pass smoothly. The route leads towards the shrubbery, without approaching the crack on the right. Higher up, the distance between the nails is considerable... you really have to commit yourself. The end of the pitch is easier, with a large crack and the R1 belay just above the 2nd shrub.
L2 (40m, 6a)
It's the start that's problematic. In the V, a little diagonally to the left, but a 1st nail more than 10m away. Take care to hide at the bottom of R1, with a point to return to in case of a fall. It's all very well, but it's all in your head. You can apparently place a medium-sized friend in a hole to protect yourself (but we didn't have the right one...). Next, there's a slight overhang in 6a with good holds. The route changes direction a little to the right. What follows is also very pleasant. The route curves slightly to the left to reach the very comfortable R2 belay.
Repeat the route up to the ground in 1 section (60m). Then take the approach path in the opposite direction back to the parking lot.