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This is the main area with the highest concentration of quality problems, also the best of the sports routes which are found on the wall near the bridge and the large slabs on the opposite side.

Access issues inherited from Barranco de las Peñitas

Please be aware the area is both a nature reserve and historically significant site so behave responsibly. Whilst climbing is permitted, it goes without saying leave the area as you found it, removing any litter, tick marks and excessive chalking.


Follow the obvious path from the parking passing a big sign towards a concentration of palm trees at the base of the ravine where the first boulders are found.

Ethic inherited from Barranco de las Peñitas

Remove any litter, tick marks and excessive chalking.



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SDS. Climb the featured wall.

SDS. Short arete split off from main boulder.

Bulge and scoop. SDS is 7a.

SDS 6b+

SDS. From the start of 10 move left in to polished scoop. Low but good.

SDS. Lefthand side of arete.

Starting on left of arete finish round right.

SDS Down to the left then up right.

SDS. At the back on undercuts.

Straight up. Hard start.

SDS. From down to the right.

SDS. Rising lip traverse.

Scoop wall then out right on a line of edges.



Low L to R slopey lip traverse.

Low R to L slopey lip traverse.

Classy L to R break traverse.

Highball wall.

SDS. Short roof. Jugs from low.

SDS crimps and up.

SDS. R-L rising lip traverse.

Right side of the roof.

Quality roof. From the right climb back through the large huecos finsh on the left of the scoop.

Right wall of the corner.

Hard line coming from low on the left with glued holds.

SDS. Left wall of the corner using the right edge of the scoop.

SDS. From the left side of the scoop move up and left to a good hold on the lip before continuing up the slab. High and serious but looks good.

Slopers in the scoop moving right then up.

Superb Prow. Low start on pocket and sloper.

High undercut arete. Another good looking line.

(E2 5b) The big scooped boulder with a less than ideal landing.

Blunt high rib from large undercut flake.

SDS. Short wall via a LH pinch and RH pocket.

SDS. Left arete of the scoop.

SDS. Corner crack.

SDS. From undercuts press left to sidepulls and up. Quality.

Straight up via good flake.

SDS on left move right through scoops to join P45.

SDS. Prow/Arete on the right of the scoop.

The middle of the scooped wall. Can be climbed facing out for added fun.

Big arete with a tough finish above a stepped landing. Quality.

SDS on low shelf, moving up and left on pockets and slopers. Quality.

Stand start at the hueco on the left.


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