Altitude 959m a.s.l
The cave has about 75 routes up to 40 meters high and graded between 6a+ and 8c+ however the best routes are 7a and harder. The rock is solid limestone and much better than it first appears. An 80m rope is recommended. The crag is in the sun until about 11am.
A drinking water fountain can be found in the nearby village of Dehesas Viejas.
Beside the road, beneath the motorway.
Exit the A 44, the road running between Granada and Jaén at either exit 89 or 97 and follow the GR-3100.
Approaching from the north, from Jaén take the 89 kilometer exit towards Dehesas Viejas and without entering this village turn off to the right towards Poloria, passing the village and continuing through a tunnel, to park in approximately 800 meters.
Coming from the south, from Granada, Almería or Málaga, take the 97 kilometer exit (Iznalloz-Venta de la Nava), following signs for Puerto Onítar, follow the old N323 then take GR-3100 that takes us to Poloria, after passing through two tunnels then park just after after the last ramp.
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