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Summary

Remote crag in an idyllic gorge with ~ 50 (?) mainly moderate to hard routes

Description

This rather remote climbing spot in a gorge with a small creek features comparatively new routes in the mid and upper grades. Route heights often touch the 30 m; climbing smooth faces and clean-cut dihedrals dominates. Thanks to the two opposing walls, you will find shade or sun as you wish. More information and topos in Spanish can be found at

http://www.moganbloc.com/croquis/vias/ayagaure .

https://www.climbo.rocks/climbing-gran-canaria/where-to-climb/sport-climbing-crags/ayagaures/

Approach

From Maspalomas, head north towards Ayagaures. Pass the village and follow the reservoir along its western shore towards another dam. Park at its foot (driving up to the crest is possible but probably not worth the risk for ordinary vehicles). Walk up crappy stairs at the left of the dam and follow the upper reservoirs western shore along a narrow path on a ledge (exposed in places) and some water pipes. After 10 min, the path dissolves in the riverbed. Proceed for another 200 m and you stand between the two walls of the gorge.

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