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Description

Technical and demanding climbing with crimp and cracks are the norm, with some vertical faces and overhangs. Shady, so good for hot sunny days.

Access issues

No issues.

Approach

Take exit 49 from the highway and drive towards El Rio for 5.1km until you find a dirt track n the left right before a small white building with a green fence. Park on the small parking area on the dirt track (28.131341, -16.511782)

From there walk down to the crag.

Ethic inherited from Tenerife

Please keep the crags noise free and clean. Take your trash and toilet papers with you. Locals tend to bring dogs to the crag. It is good manners to use your own gear at the anchors for lowering or setting up top-ropes. Use the anchor rings/carabiners only for the final lower-off after cleaning.

History

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Originally a climbing competition venue, which has been developed over the years.

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