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Climbs 850
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 358m a.s.l
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Natalie Berry on Dura dale Negro, Chulilla © Dark Sky Media

Crag features

The small town of Chulilla sits comfortably above a huge canyon and a wealth of rock. Long routes and great quality rock are the main attraction.

Proving increasingly popular in recent years, some routes are showing signs of popularity as well as the general area being busy with vans and visitors.

Please be conscious of your presence and impact on the local area and others.

Various UKC articles and forum posts cover more or less everything there is to know about Chulilla.

A January 2020 edition of the guide by Pedro Pons is available from various locations (though not including the climbing shop) in the town.

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If adding routes, please first check they're not already in the database under a similar name. When adding try to ensure the right sector is located. The more information you can provide the better. Routes added with little or no details will go unverified or may be deleted.

Approach notes

Please refer to either a guidebook or UKC article for various approaches, till this has been updated. 

Topos here: http://climbmaps.com/climbmaps.php (You need to register)
soph - 06/Jan/15
More info regarding climbing at Chulilla can be found here http://climbonline.co.uk/chulilla.htm
Steve Crowe - 22/Nov/13
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