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Altitude 149m a.s.l
arriving at the crux move, about 45m off the deck, on 'ATP L4' (F8a+), masriudoms © ali k
An enormous and impressive cave situated in a quiet valley as can be seen from the approach. Plenty of long, steep routes and hard routes, though some seem to have perms draws. The crag can get hot but the sun does drop off parts of the wall some time in the afternoon.
Either take care to park around the residential area of the village then walk (41.0217315, 0.8843354) or drive down a track to a parking area (41.0253195, 0.8823298) with caution.
Continue heading West on foot for 70 meters before cutting right and into the woods on an obvious path. Follow this into some almond trees and past a small house on it’s left before heading slightly right and down hill.
From the riverbed turn East and continue past a white and yellow “x” on a rock and then shortly after head North up a path via terraces. About 30 minutes walk from the village.
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