Climbs 62 – Rocktype Sandstone (hard) – Altitude 125m a.s.l – Faces all

Crag features
The climbing is done in an old quarry, where you can find vertical and overhanging routes with a few cracks, the walls are quite blank looking with little holds and the old saving sloper pocket, there are some boulder problems around aswell, also is a beginers area next to the little church in the upper area of the crag. The grades go from F3 to 8a, but mainly in the F6a and F7a range.All routes are bolted some routes have some old dubious looking bolts, all routes are equiped for abseil.You can find water in the big church on the way up to the crag, there is also a bar here for the after climbing beer and in summer they cook a lovely roast chicken! there are some lovely beaches around this crag with some famous surf breaks only 10 min away by car!

Approach notes
From Bilbao you take the motorway to Baracaldo and then the dualcarriegway to Getxo where you take the road to Plentzia, when you arrive to Sopelana take the road to Urduliz, when you arrive take the first road right after the train level crossing, then take the road in the left hand side of the church and follow it to the end where you find the carpark and the crag.

You can arrive by untherground from Bilbao just board in any station and head for Urduliz in the 1st line, when you arrive cross the level crossing and turn right after a few minutes you arrive to the church where you turn left from where you can see the crag, just follow the road up the hill and you there.

Euskalarria: Sport climbing in the Basque Country (2005)

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGrade
1La Proa4c *1
2Canalon or Tubular5c **1
3Infusion6b 2
4Media luna or Atzo5c **1
5Cuatro y cuarto6b+ *1
6Arista a vista7a *1
7Kukuska6b **1
8Berdin zait6b * 
10El vuelo de figaro6b+ **1
12Las Bodas De Icaro7a+  
13Zumo de chucrut7c  
14Pintores daltonicos6c  
17Cocaina6a+ **1
18Cocaina variante6a 1
20Salamandra6a **1
21Kaioa6b 1
23Ostion5c 1
24Ostion variante6a+ 1
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