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Description

Nice area within the Barranco Tamadaya. Many Routes in lower and medium grades, and perfectly bolted. Good for beginners, classes and families.

Often crowded, sometimes with whole families, including dogs etc…

More information about current changes and updates, please refer to roxtar.es. Roxtore in Villa de Arico is also a good starting point for local support, accommodations and guiding.

And please, please notice „El barranco es de todos, cuidalo!“. Don’t leave any garbage, tissues or anything…

Approach

When you come by car, park in Calla la Degollada in Arico Nuevo, just before a strong turn to left..... Then walk down to the barranco following the hiking path an turn left towards the Tube.

Routes

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FR - Relais non relié

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene...

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene... Go to the right when entering the barranco. Routes on the left side.

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene... Go to the right when entering the barranco. Routes on the left side.

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene... Go to the right when entering the barranco. Routes on the left side.

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene... Go to the right when entering the barranco. Routes on the left side.

Not part of "official" Tamadaya spot. Probably NOT supported and maintained by local climbing scene... Go to the right when entering the barranco. Routes on the left side.

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