Elevation: 1,480 ft
GPS: -46.292, -71.993 Google Map · Climbing Area Map
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Shared By: Tom Kalny on Jun 20, 2019
Admins: Camster (Rhymes with Hamster), Tony Yeary

What about it?

It's the part of Queso, which is closer than the one with 7 routes (El Queso 1), which is further by the path following the bottom of the wall.

There are 3 routes and one of them is missing 3 bolts, so be careful and pay attention to the signs with names.

The end of all routes is one anchor with chains, so this place is quite a rope dragger. There are more anchors, bot the others end with a bolt, nothing more. Still, the routes are so easy, so that you won't have a problem getting to the central anchor.

The rock quality is dicy. Some parts are falling apart, but mostly you can tell what is good and what's not. I tried to clean all of the routes, but there is still lot of sand in the jugs and some holds are really hollow and thin. Be careful and wear a helmet, if you're belaying. Rock is falling down quite often.

It is very easy to get to the anchors and rappel down, great for taking photos of your family or friends.

Me voy!

Around 15 minutes, through a path, bushes and with a beautiful view on the whole Cerro Castillo massive and Cerro Pyramide.

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Routes Mostly Face: Northeast
Sunny Roughly 8am to 5pm during high season
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Details: The rock faces both east and north, so it gest a lot of sun even in the afternoon.

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