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This crag is populated by a lot of 5.11+ routes and a few 5.10+
be careful on the routes you choose to climb and be specially careful when you clip into an old custom angle-hanger (they're 15+ years old, rebolting is required).
Access issues inherited from La Huasteca
The access is controlled by policemen who lookout for irregularities, just slow down and wait for them to ask you to keep driving. During raining season there are chances that the river is too high to cross, making this climbing area inaccessible.