A sector you should not miss if you like 5.10s. Imagine climbing hard melted wax, fuel for modern sport climbing. Laybacking and fast reading of chalk marks will help you adapt to its geological challenges.
Limestone rock. Generally shadey and cooler than other climbing areas in Puerto Rico.
60m rope / 15 quick draws
From San Juan get on Highway 22 west. Take exit 10 to Road 5. Stay in the right lane and take the first exit. At the stop sign, make a left to 28 (also known as GOYA Road). Cross a traffic light and turn right after the GOYA warehouse. After the park gate, cross the parking lot and make two rights to a second parking lot between playgrounds and gazebos. Park here. Hike up the tar road that heads towards the woods.
Take the trail marked with a cairn (a stack of rocks) and a carabiner sign between two bunkers. When you come out into a clearing or open area, keep hiking straight up. After the uphill left bend of the road, you will see two trails on your right side. (10 min.)