The home of Colombian climbing. Many routes abound with many climbers and guides to be found. This is an Old School crag - expect mixed protection, little to no route information and very stout grades
A long cliff line housing many routes, separated by sections of dense foliage. Routes from 10m sport to 150m trad adventures can be found. Many routes are very high quality, but others may have choss.
Access is via an active train line. Although its use is uncommon, keep an eye out if walking along the tracks.
You can reach Suesca from Bogota on a local bus. The best place to catch the bus is from Portal Del Norte on Calle 180. Look for an Alianza bus with Suesca as the final destination and ask the conductor for "rocas de suesca". Once you arrive in the town of Cacicazago (just south of Suesca), you can access the train line which runs parallel to the cliff via an alleyway next to the Monodedo Climbing Store.
There are many hotels, hostels and camping facilities which cater to climbers, most of which can be found in the main street of Cacicazago.
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