Elevation: 5,673 ft
GPS: -34.241, -70.368 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Rebekka Fredrich on Jan 23, 2018
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Description

The sun hits the crag around midday. If you want to have shade, arrive early. There are some nice benches in the shade but climber and belayer may be hit hard by the sun after 12. Some crags offer trees at the bottom for some shade while belaying. The grading of the crags is mentioned on wooden plates in US system. There are sportroutes as single as well as multi-pitch. The routes offer 2 bolt anchors.

Getting There

The location is within a national park and a Hydroelectrica Area. You have to register at the carabinery station before entering. For the day it is free. If you want to stay overnight, you have to pay a few. For entering you have to leave your passport at the carabinery station. Without passport you will not admitted entrance.

As I know thwre are no public buses and as well within the park you need a car to reach the region. Be aware every road is bad gravel road and I recommend at least an SUV, better a 4WD car, as it can be steep.

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Chris Oleson
Santiago, Chile
Chris Oleson   Santiago, Chile
A nice crag for moderate grade sport climbs and even a few trad lines. There are some nice camping spots not far from the wall. Recommended to go with a high clearance vehicle to make it up the steep and rough ruta caracol.

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