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Summary

Brilliant sandstone climbing in a picturesque rural setting.

Description

This crag offers a mix of trad and sport at moderate to hard grades, but best of all, the roofs which cover many of the climbs mean that they stay dry even during the pouring rain!

Recommended gear: - 70 m rope. Be careful with the longer routes, where 2 raps are needed. - 2 sets of BD Cams (from #.3 to 4) or equivalent and 1 #5 and #6 (some could do double of these as well). - 1 full set of stoppers. - 15 quickdraws, some extendable ones.

Access issues

The crag is on private land and is managed by the family that lives there. Please always inform the landowners you are entering the area. The house is located to the right of the main road and has a red gate. Park close to the camping area and DO NOT obstruct the road.

Approach

The crag is located left of the road, the closest sectors are within 5 minutes walk, the sectors further away are approximately 15-20 min away always wwalking to the left. Walk along the cliff for most part of the trail.

Where to stay

An excellent campsite is located at the bottom of the crag for 10 BRL per person per night. There is a clean pit toilet, but bring your own water and pack out your trash. Please keep silence at night (also, when you climb try not to scream too much) as the camping area is close to the landowners house.

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