El Mono te Mira
Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 14 ft|
|FA:||Probably 100's of Nicas... but, Nathan Page?|
|Page Views:||356 total · 7/month|
|Shared By:||NathanPage Page on May 21, 2014|
Access Issue: Most boulders on Private Property, but have had no issues thus far, only cheerful waves and curiosity from locals. Details
Keep it clean, respectful, know enough Spanish to explain why you are climbing on these boulders. (Having any kind of climbing magazine with you to show locals really helps). DO not leave any trace of chalk or disruption of vegetation - could lead to access problems in a city that is already tired of foreigners acting like they own the place.
Fun slabby boulder. Name comes from the poor caged monkey that is about 20 north of the boulder that observes longingly.