Los Dinamos: A wooded river canyon (named for no-longer functioning generators) with basalt crags. Maybe the best bet for Mexico City cragging. Lots of routes, good rock, and a uniquely out-of-the-city experience for a spot so closely wedded to the DF mayhem.
I don't have good firsthand directions to the park itself, as I wasn't paying attention. However, there is driving directions beta (unverified by myself) on both rockclimbing.com, xpmexico.com, and other websites, including non-climbing websites. Google 'los dinamos mexico' or similar.
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Las Hormigas 5.10b International : Mexico : ... : Quarto Dinamo
Las Hormigas is a sick line in a nest of basalt splitters. Start with a few yards of twin hand cracks, then choose left or right at a fin maybe 30' off the ground. Left looks hard, I stepped right to follow hand cracks (initially behind a thin flake) up and over a block to a great ledge. The first pitch ends here, technically, but links easily to the second with a 60m rope, particularly if you manage your rope well at this transition. There are bolts and rings inconveniently above the ledge, pre...[more] Browse More Classics in International