Cerro Walwalún

  • Grade context: US

Access issues inherited from Cochamó

The crags and camping are all on private land. Land owners do restrict access times and charge camping fees, but all are reasonable. Can get extremely busy over the January and February holidays. Be sure to reserve your stay especially during those months at

Ethic inherited from Cochamó

Mostly trad big walls, though 50 cragging routes also exist. Contact with the climbers working at Camping La Junta about opening new routes.

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