Pinares De San Antón Rock Climbing
|GPS:||36.742, -4.366 Google Map · Climbing Area Map|
|Page Views:||306 total · 24/month|
|Shared By:||Euan Cameron on Dec 26, 2016|
Getting weather forecast...
DescriptionThis limestone crag is close to Málaga and offers good sport climbs on solid rock with a short approach. It makes it ideal for a crag to visit if passing through Málaga to some of the other areas.
The crag is composed of 8 sections. The majority of the climbs are in the 6s but there are a few excellent 7s.
The crag faces west and can be seen from the A7 if heading west out of Málaga.
Getting ThereTo reach the crag you pass though a private housing area so act accordingly.
Heading on the A7, take exit 246A from the west or 246 from the east. Head North and take the 1st on the right, and follow the road as it loops south then back north. Then take the left fork as it heads north again. After about 1/2 mile take a left onto a road that turns into a dirt road. Follow this road as it goes up over the ridge and heads north to the crag. If in a car you may need to park in the large area before the crag is visible. If high clearance you can head further along the road until below the standalone pinnacle, close to a large solitary tree.
From this parking area head up passing the tree to reach the pinnacle. The other sectors are reached by walking uphill along the trail at the base of the crag.
Days w Precip
Prime Climbing Season
- No Photos -