Aguja St Exupery 2558m, South Face
Area: Southern Patagonia, Argentina
1. South Pillar (Austrian Pillar), TD+, 5.10+, 800m, H.Bärnthaler, E.Lidi, 14-15 and 20-23 November 1987; FFA: Jonathan Copp, Josh Wharton, February 2004.
2. Petit Prince, ED, 6c A4, 90°, J.Arpin, Philipe Batoux, G.Bouguet des Chaux, Emmanuel Pellissier, B.Robert, 12 days in December and January, the summit was reached on 10th of January 1995; the line was soon repeated by Lionel Daudet who summited on the 20th of January 1995 after 6 bivouacs on the wall, solo; between 16th and 25th of January 2000 the route was repeated by another French team Ph. Driel and E.Fine who added new, 6 pitches variations (A3+) directly to the summit.
3. Condorito, 5.12 A2, 750m, Kurt Albert, Berndt Arnold, E.Dozekal, 8 February 1998, before on the 28-29th of January they equipped 14 pitches, a lot of bolts, 21 pitches in total, route was repeated at least twice.
4. East Pillar (Italian Pillar), 6c, 800m, Silvia Metzeltin, Gino Buscaini, Lino Candot, Walter Romano, Silvano Sinigoi, 4 days with fixing ropes, summit on the 23rd of February 1968, first ascent to the summit, FFA: M.Schwitter, M.Ishibe freed 3 short passages in 1993, Topher Donahue, Jared Odgen climbed free all the route with direct finish, December 2001.