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Parque Garrafon  

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Location: 21.2018, -86.7109 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Blake K on Jun 24, 2009
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Alex "Sunshine" Plotz starts off the cav...



This area is on the far east end of the island, facing la Zona Hotelera. It's sunny and can get very hot. Bring plenty of sunscreen.

It's somewhat difficult to find quality rock in this area. Most of it is pretty soft and apt to pull off. If it were hard, it'd be a paradise. There are still some pretty fun problems to be found.

Getting There 

Rent a bike, moped, or golf cart and head as far east as you can. At the entrance to the park walk towards the far east point and head down the stairs towards the ocean. Most climbs face south on the point.

Climbing Season

Weather station 2.7 miles from here

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Cave Traverse V2+ 5+ PG13  North America : Mexico : ... : Parque Garrafon
Start on the left side of the cave with hands in any of the deep pockets. Work up into the roof of the cave and out to the right. Route ends whenever you feel safe enough to drop onto the walking path...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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Myself attempting the cave traverse
Myself attempting the cave traverse
Entrance to park
Entrance to park
Alex Plots looking quite stoic above the cave.  We...
Alex Plots looking quite stoic above the cave. We...

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