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Climbs 31
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 424m a.s.l
Faces E

Crag features

The cave itself is enormous and it will become a major crag in the future. At the moment the climbs are mostly on the right side of the cave. The climbs are steep or very steep and follow tufas. There are some slabby starts. 

Approach notes

Locate the large parking spot for the crag called Cicera (the largest parking spot on the road from La Hermida to Potes with a bus shelter). From there approximately 200 metres towards La Hermida there is a layby on the right (room for 4 cars). From there cross the road and over the safety barrier, walk south to the black and white chevron sign at the bend. A short steep path leads down towards the river. Follow the river bank over rocks upstream for approx 50 metres, until the river becomes shallow enough to wade across where it is possible to see a blue rope on the other side (sandals/Tevas useful). From the top of the blue rope there is an obvious path which leads very steeply uphill past several hand lines for 30 to 40 minutes. Aim to walk up at around mid day in summer to be able to climb in the shade (though Dimensiones Paralelas comes into the shade at around 3pm).

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