Climbs 36
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 202m a.s.l
Faces SE

Crag features

A crag of contrasts; divided by a smooth blank wall Very well equipped with easy access. All the routes originally had metal name plates with route name and grade at their starts but most of them have now disappeared. Loses the sun in the early afternoon

Approach notes

As for the approach to Almorchon.Take the C330 Cieza to Mula road. After 4k take right signposted to Embalse. Continue on this road for 7k ignoring a right fork until the crag appears down on the right below the road. Park at a junction about 100m after the crag. Walk back down the road and when level with a road sign (a car with falling rocks) drop down into the gully on the left where a tunnel under the road brings you out unexpectedly at the crag

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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Cuanto mas pino mas te la arrimo
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6c  
2 Antologia
-
7a+  
3 Grito Nocturna
-
7a  
4 Al pan pan y al diablo farlopa
-
7a  
5 Cocun bendito
-
7a+  
6 Un Named 1
-
6c  
7 Estela de roca
-
6c  
8 Buen Rollito
-
7a  
9 Amor de abuelo
-
6c+  
10 Comete un sinuro
-
7a+  
11 Oir
-
6c  
12 Mentes peligrosas
-
6b+  
13 Navigation mental
-
7a+  
14 Terapia de grupo
-
8a  
15 Project 1
-
8a+  
16 Project 2
-
9a  
17 El Bruja
-
7b  
18 La Mecanica
-
7b+  
19 Un-named 2
-
7a+  
20 Un-named 3
-
6b+  
21 Al pillao
-
6b+  
22 Puenta de vida
-
5c  
23 Tambolinazo y a la luna
-
6a  
24 Mi imagen no llega
-
5c  
25 Muntirosa compulsivo
-
6a  
26 Chapamela
-
5c  
27 De la T hasta la E
-
5c  
28 El perilla
-
5a  
29 Estirate enano
-
5a  
30 No me toques los huevos
-
5c  
31 Por un cono aqui me veo
-
6a  
32 Un -named 4
-
6a  
33 Un-named 5
-
6a  
34 Sepultura
-
5a  
35 Necropolis
-
5a  
36 Kebrantahuesos
-
5a  
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