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- 1. Casucho 0 in Crag
- 2. Index by grade
Above the Casucho homestead the homonymous climbing area offers a good view on the junction of Mijares and Paleo Meja. The stretched cliff is separated into multiple small sectors. The so called "detached rocks" some pinnacles are the highlights of the spot. The common Casucho pitch is steep pocket pulling up to 30m.
Leave TE-V-2001 where it crosses the Mijares river between Los Giles and Los Villanuevas. Drive along a gravel road on the right hand side of the river (upstream). Road ends after approx. 500m in front of a house. Do not park your car behind the mast and take care to leave enough space for vehicles to turn. From there walk 10 to 15min uphill to the sectors as indicated in the picture.
Vertical sector with solid pocket limestone up to 20m in height. The routes are on the western side of Felsengasse and have late afternoon sun.
Free standing spire with 20m height. The small summit is quite uncomfortable due to the sharp rock but it is worth to have a short break to enjoy the scenery and sign into the summit register.
Large sector in the center of the Casucho riff. Steep climbing on very abrasive rock up to 25m on some beautifully natural lines are the positive facts, the extreme sun trap after noon is the opposite point.
To get there go to the left from Esquina alemana or to the right from Horzelbub on small trails.