Altitude 641m a.s.l
Tultl (6a+) at Bolulla from the new Costa Blanca Rockfax © Alan James
A secluded crag in a lofty situation with great views and a small set of routes. This is a great place to get away from the crowds. The routes here are the work of Jens Muenchberg and friends.
The crag is high and exposed to the wind. It faces due south and can get very hot.
Some belays are showing their age and several are single bolts.
Bolulla is reached by heading inland from Altea to Callosa on the CV-755. Once in the centre of the town branch right onto the CV-715 (signed to Bolulla). Drive through the village of Bolulla and continue towards Tabena. North of the town, and 300m past the 46km stone, turn left on a sharp bend onto a track running towards the hills. Follow this past the base of one very impressive cliff, then continue as it winds up the valley side to parking by an orange groove at the end of the tarmac - don't block the track. Walk up the track to a cairn on the right, then scramble up a ramp and round right to the base of the face.
It is also possible to approach from Parcent in the Jalón Valley by taking the road to Tarbena and joining the map below from the top.
The 'track' from the parking is now s s concrete road.
|The other routes (location unknown) are not on this crag but at Raca Roig which is on the other side of the col|
Pencarth - 06/Sep/14
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