Altitude 758m a.s.l
To the SW of Alcoy is an obvious prow of rock that stays in the shade all day. The rock is made up of grey bullet hard limestone on the walls and slabs undercut with extensive areas of overhanging loose looking red rock. Two contrasting styles of climbing. Fortunately most of the loose rock has already been knocked off on the most popular routes but care is still needed when pulling on anything that hasn't already got chalk on.
From junction 449 of the dual carriage way that bypasses Alcoy, take the N340 back towards Alcoy and over the beautiful new bridge. Take the road leftwards at the roundabout to the huge food processing plant of Serpis. Park above this with the crag clearly in sight. A obvious path takes you to the foot of the climbs in about 10mins.
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