Altitude 87m a.s.l
A small 'local' crag with short 10m to 15m routes, well used, well bolted and with some great rock. The crag faces SE and at the end of March started to get some shade from 2:30pm onwards. The approach path brings you to the most used buttress with Aurora forestal and Albalatistes de la aristes, a sector with some superb pocketed and featured rock. Down and to the right is another good sector, slightly higher with more red rock. The bridging corner of Deidrofenia with a grey 'tufa' cone at its start is easily identified. Further right still and round the corner is another sector which faces NE and so gets shade, but I have not climbed on it and so do not know its quality.
From Alzira take the CV 510 towards Corbera. As you approach, the shady sector can be seen above on the right. At the roundabout turn towards Corbera and fork right shortly after down a road with the crag above you. There is lots of parking on the roadside. The approach has to get you through the private properties and onto the open hillside below the crag, be respectful. Look for a path which goes up concrete irrigation steps up the side of an orange orchard. The path starts by climbing over the small wall and goes up just to the left of an orange/yellow house. It's well used and is obvious, it is directly below the main part of the crag. Once onto the open hillside there is no problem. 10 minutes or a bit more from the parking.
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