315m, 7 pitches.

Rockfax Description
VS. A good route following a strong natural line and with a grand finish. The whole thing can be managed on a single rope although this might make retreat difficult. Start at the groove where the name is scratched.
1) 4+, 45m. The vegetated groove, and its cleaner continuation lead to a tree belay. The groove 12m to the left is a better and cleaner alternative, with no change in the grade.
2) 4, 45m. Traverse diagonally right to a tree and continue past a pair of bolts to a belay on a pair of pegs.
3) 4+, 30m. Move right into a groove with a bush and climb this. At the its top move right up slabs to belay on a huge ledge.
4) 4+, 55m. Scramble up right to a left slanting break (possible belay), and climb this to a long ridge. Follow this to the top of a pillar and a two bolt belay in a corner.
5) 4+, 50m. Move up and left into a groove and left again into another. Up this to an exit on the left to ledge and peg belay.
6) 4+, 45m. Continue up the ridge (pegs) to reach a ledge just below the crest, single peg belay.
7) 3, 45m. Move up right onto the ridge and traverse right to first deep notch in the ridge, and a 3 bolt belay with wire cable. © Rockfax

Ticklists: Costa Blanca "Must Do" routes.

gaz3212 06/Nov AltLd O/S
Hidden 03/Oct AltLd O/S
Mattwc 15/Jul Lead O/S
ads 07/Mar AltLd
Zoomer 26/Nov/14 Lead O/S

Rockfax pitch lengths are way off. Good route with some route finding needed. Pretty much trad all the way.

with A Student
tom0french 26/Nov/14 2nd
Hidden 25/Mar/14 AltLd O/S
bridget143 03/Jan/14 AltLd O/S

ASCENT: Some route finding difficulties as pitch lengths given are mostly too long and it is perfectly possible to do fewer longer pitches here as plenty of belaying opportunities. Ended up doing a harder looser variation higher up but still good although the harder routes in the area appear less vegetated. DESCENT: No problem abseiling off back in 2 abseils with single 70m rope, would have needed a third with a 60m. Much better, if you have double ropes, to abseil back down the west face off shiny bolts and chain which you can find at the same point on ridge, this brings you down to big ledge and avoid the steep scree slope at the back.

with Simen
Hidden 28/Dec/13 2nd
Freshprintce 04/Nov/13 AltLd O/S
Hotcake 05/Apr/13 AltLd

Very good route. 8 pitch Trad (VS). Alt leads but Lead the top two harder pitches. Top pitch is exposed and excellent.

bluenose 05/Apr/13 AltLd O/S

7 Pitch trad

tmawer 20/Feb/13 AltLd O/S

Lead 1,3,5 &7. We backed off Delicatesan, but this saved the day. Done with 5 nuts and slings, but adequate fixed gear so safe.

with chris king
auld al 07/Jan/13 AltLd O/S
jones6269 ?/Dec/12 -
Juan Ruiz 07/Sep/12 AltLd O/S
with Pablo Perea
Stuart Macfarlane 23/Mar/12 AltLd O/S

I led pitches 1,3,4,5,7 and Jeanie led pitches 2 & 6.

with Jeanie
Hidden ??/2012 AltLd
1918hasti 14/Nov/11 AltLd
Ash_Johnson ?/Nov/11 Lead O/S

7 Pitches, 315 meters.

antonymcphillips ?/Nov/11 AltLd
Christian Reynish 14/Mar/08 AltLd O/S
DafSWMC 14/Mar/08 Lead O/S

Spectacular location. So-so climbing. Christian & Alys 2nd party. Not obvious what happens after pitch 5/6. Took 2PB behind 2nd tree about 10m below ridge. Pitch lengths more like 30m, 30m, 30m, 55m, 25m, 40m, 45m. Descended in dark.

with Melanie
TonyP 12/Dec/07 Lead O/S
with M Green
jamie ward 03/Apr/07 AltLd O/S

1st pitch of El Donde Volar 6a

with Marcus Harvey
LAW 24/Feb/06 2nd O/S
with Chris NG, Mark B
Ramon Marin 15/Apr/05 AltLd O/S
with Gavin Lim
John Brayshaw 17/Mar/04 AltLd O/S
with Chris
Howard J 01/Mar/02 Lead O/S

Also Dave Checkley and Julie Wassell

with John Waterhouse
steve prior ?/Nov/98 AltLd
with Andy C
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Hidden, carlh
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