Puerto Rico Climbing
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|Shared By:||Euan Cameron on Dec 26, 2016|
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DescriptionThis crag is located in the hills above Marbella. While not really a destination crag it's convenience means it is popular with locals and can provide a good day or two of craging.
The cliff line is very featured with numerous caves and tufas. From below it looks to be fairly broken, but the climbs are god fun. Most are in the 6s with the odd low 7.
The south face is broken into 8 sectors.
There is a canyon up to the left with many more climbs.
Getting ThereApproach from the A7, and take exit 185 form the west or 182 from the east and head north on A355. After about 1/2 mile take a left (there is a sign to the crematorium). Follow the road around to the left and then take the first right. Follow the road until possible to park at the end of the road.
Continue on foot up the road towards the crag. When approaching the crag the easiest way to reach it is to head up right along the concrete covered water pipe, until possible to step back left and up to the crag.
It is also possible to head up left from the water hut, and follow faint cairns. Finally reaching a short cliff with in-situ rope. Hand over hand this rope to the base of the crag.
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