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El Cubo

  • Grade context: US
  • Ascents: 3
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Description

Pequeño sector ubicado antes de Wu Tang con 5 bloques muy buenos

Approach

10 minutos caminando por la vereda de la parte norte del cerro

Ethic inherited from Guadalcázar

Most of the climbing in Guadalcázar is in limestone caves filled with stalactites. These caves have been forming for million years and have very delicate ecosystems. Please be respectful to the plants and animals that live in these caves. Stalactites can break and when they do it can be very dangerous for you or your partner. Wearing a helmet when climbing is recommended and being alert of your surrounds at all times.

When climbing on the stalactites, try to grab the stalactites at the strongest point. The closer to the wall you grab the stalactite the better. Climbing in these caves is a very different experience from any other type of rock and it is important to try to keep the stalactites intact as much as possible. Most of the routes in the cave have been cleaned well, but there is always the chance of a stalactite breaking. The rock in the cave is very solid and most of the time you wont break anything.

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vacaciones de invierno del 2018 Luis Cajero y Christian Ehlert se pusieron a limpiar esta parte del cerro antes inexplorada por los escaladores

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Ubicado a espalda de cubo tiene una textura parecida al caparazón de una tortuga

FA: Luis Cajero, 29 Dec 2018

Boulder que va por todo el filo del cubo

FA: Luis Cajero, 26 Dec 2018

Va por toda la banqueta hacia el lado izquierdo hasta meterse a una especie de placa y sale por unos sloppers

FA: Luis Cajero, 27 Dec 2018

Boulder corto y filoso que va por la parte de atrás de el cubo empieza por el lado derecho pegado a una piedra

FA: christian ehlert, 27 Dec 2018

va a la izquierda de Ecosidio

FA: christian ehlert, 27 Dec 2018

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