/ El Choro- Best spots, with fairly low grades
Going to El Choro in September for a week with climbing partner and need somewhere we can ease into things. We both mainly climb indoors so this trip is to really get us outside. We obviously have been climbing more outside since we booked this trip so we have a bit of experience behind us.
Any particular routes/ areas to visit first with grades ranging from 5b-7a? Needs to have protection as we are not brining any trad gear.
Let me know!
First question is - do you have a guidebook yet ? the whole area is good for 5b - 7a !
No, I heard that a new guide book is coming out this month? Or you can get a local one down there.. Was going to buy one closer to the time! Any advise on what one to get?
We do have transport! Thanks Dave, noted
Get the new Rockfax, it should be out in August. The local guide is comprehensive but... incomprehensible.
Got it! Thanks
Wooah, thanks for the list. got some research to do now!!
What about Los Cotos?
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