El Jardin Guide

  • Grades: US
  • Aka: The Garden

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Table of contents

1. El Jardin 5 routes in Cliff

All Sport climbing

Long/Lat: -100.238805, 25.391319


A white and grey tufa featured wall hidden by vegetation.


This sector is on the right when you hike in to Las Animas, just before the road reaches its high point right behind barbed wires.


Climbing around Cienega de Gonzalez developed over many years and was and is being carried out by many different developers. Many of them local Mexicans but also loads of foreigners that pass through, bolt and "disappear". The information about climbs in this area is thus incomplete in the sense of route names, developers, first ascensionists and sometimes even grades. Please contribute by entering your grade contributions (Edit Route, enter grade, safe) and by adding new routes and information whenever you encounter it. The climbing community will be thankful!

inherited from El Salto; C.d.G.
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Unknown 1 Sport
2 Unknown 2 Sport
3 Unknown 3 Sport
4 Total Balance

Set by Ulric, Mar 2012

5.11a Sport
5 New Balance

Set by Ulric, Mar 2012

5.9 Sport

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
5.9 New Balance Sport
5.11a Total Balance Sport
? Unknown 1 Sport
Unknown 2 Sport
Unknown 3 Sport