Altitude 155m a.s.l
Long and overhanging with most climbs following tufas in the upper parts, some starts are fingery (particularly on the right). The grades on the two 7c's and the 7c+ are nice and soft holiday grades. This crag has the advantage of a short walk in. However, there are 2 disadvantages: it's in the sun until almost 3pm and there is not much space at the base, so it can feel really crowded if there are more than 2 teams there. It is definitely not suitable for very young children, so please take them somewhere else instead.
Park in the village called Estraguena (there is only one house!) but be thoughtful not to block any access. Estraguena is closer to the coast than all the other crags in the Desfiladero de La Hermida. Follow the road northwards for approx 100 metres until a small path leads up on the left towards the Stone netting and eventually the crag in about 5 mins.
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