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Summary

Sandstone climbing with stunning views, easy access and local climbing hostels.

Description

La Mojarra is a climbing area south of Bucaramunga and one of the major climbing destinations of Colombia. Many climbers stay here at the hostels to climb the cliffs just below. Mostly sport climbing on good quality sandstone.

Access issues

The crag is on private land, and you will have to pay an entrance fee. This fee is partially or wholly paid by the hostels if you stay in them.

Approach

Take a bus south from Bucaramunga to Los Santos de la Mesa. It may be easier to first go to Piedecuesta and then change busses. If coming from the south, first get to Piedecuesta. Get off the Los Santos bus 5km before the terminal at the hostel La Roca. Access to the crag from here is obviously signed.

Where to stay

Hostels La Roca and Juan Palitos service this crag. It is cheaper to access the crag if you stay at one of these hostels. You can also camp there, but fees are comparable to the dorms.

Ethic

This is a private crag, any route setting is at the discretion of the owners. Entry must be paid.

Activity

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