Type: Sport, 750 ft, 5 pitches
FA: Bolted by Tobias Görtz in the 2000's. First ascent proably done free solo by locals in prehistoric times.
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Shared By: Cole Pazar on Oct 9, 2018
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Access Issue: Private property! West side strcitly prohibited from all climbing Details

Description

Amazing limestone with the best summit views available of frontales and the town of El Chorro. Best to arrive to this climb in the early morning, and best to climb here late fall through the spring. Possibly the easiest multipitch sport of the region! There is a fun 5.9+ option at the top (rated at 6a?) if you're comfortable at the grade :)

Location

In order to get to this climb, you want to park on the side of the road near the Olive Branch bed and breakfast (lets face it, its more of a climbing lodge, haha). Then it is pretty obvious which rock you're about to climb, walk for about 20-25 mins to get to the base, where the start of the climb for the belay is is under a larger tree.

Protection

Lots of bolts, possibly could be slinging trees and using nuts instead as well!

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