This massive wall/mountain which faces town and camp is home to the famous testpiece El Sendero Luminoso. The 12th edition of Magic Ed's guide lists only a handful of routes, so there is likely great new route potential. The wall has a lot of aspects but generally faces N or NE and is a shady place.
Decent trails lead from the vicinity of Tami's to the crags. Allow at least half an hour for the approach. For more details, see guidebook.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for El Toro (The Bull):
Land of the Free 5.12b Sport, 10 pitches, 1000 feet, Grade IV
El Sendero Luminoso 5.12d Sport, 15 pitches, 1750 feet, Grade V
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Land of the Free 5.12b International : Mexico : ... : El Toro (The Bull)
Vaguely reminiscent of, but IMO, much better than Levitation 29. If off-vertical technical climbing heavy on the edges is your bag, you'll be close to heaven on the upper half. Excellent rock: solid and crisp w/out being too sharp.P1: We started with Apache Line (11b) which is excellent, steep and a stout warmup, but still probably easier than the 11d guidebook option. ~40mP2: 4th class, possible batmaning a fixed rope.P3-5: Varieties of 5.10 slabbing on smooth rock with somewhat sparse boltin...[more] Browse More Classics in International