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Altitude 920m a.s.l
A beautiful and prominent feature of the Pas de Comptador is the Raco de Las. The is climbable rock on all faces and routes will be possible at many grades from Vdiff well into the E's.
It is a mountain crag and exposed to the vageries of the weather (yes, even in the Costa Blanca) so go prepared with extra clothing and a headtorch. It takes no drainage and will dry very rapidly.
Bush-whacking is standard and all part of the adventure of this magestic crag.
This takes the right hand ridge line and it's subsidiary ridges all the way from the base to the summit.
From small layby parking just off the Polop - Guadalest road near to Restaurante Rincon de Pepe and walk along this track, forking right after about 250m , a further 500m on reach a crossroads and turn right, following this through pine woodland to reach a large track, turn left and go uphill and soon onto a concrete track to reach Pas de Comptador, the climbing is now on your left. There are numerous small tracks (Boar / Goat / Hunters) penetrating the dense vegetation, take your pick and be armed with thick and long trousers! Allow 1 hour for the approach.
Descent: From the prominent notch near the summit follow broken ground leftwards to reach the base of the crag.
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