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A small area of individual boulders on the hillside just above the parking.

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.


Boulders can be seen just above the path to the ravine and are approached separately. For boulder 8 follow the approach for the Arch sector, 50m after the sign is a low boulder with a white painted rectangle on the top right corner.

Higher on the hillside above the parking is the Mouth Cave and Obelisk boulder. The cave has a collection of good grade 7’s and the obelisk boulder just to the left reportedly has a very good 6.

Ethic inherited from Barranco de las Peñitas

Remove any litter, tick marks and excessive chalking.



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Centre of the obvious slab from a glued flake.

The obvious corner.

SDS. From the large undercut pocket in the lefthand side of the cave. Follow edges up the face.

From the start of 'The Bubble', follow the lip leftward on slopers.

Clamp up the unique hooked feature. (Name means Parrots Beak)

Further up the hillside is a large boulder with a distinctive circular hole on its front and an overhanging face on its left. SDS. From the porthole climb the steep face via a glued hold. Quality


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