Altitude 758m a.s.l
Warming up... © Jonathan Coatsworth
This is a spectacular climbing area with the longest sport roues on the island. Routes are sometimes over 35 metres in height, usually stamina roues on rock that is not always perfect. The rock formation and crag height have led to a mixtures of styles combing both sport climbing and traditional routes. it is south facing and warm
Please respect the entrances to houses and fields and during the nesting period (February - June) do not go past the pine tree. If you can see that the hawk has nested before the pine tree, do not climb the routes nearby. Pick up your litter etc
As the craig is in a protected area a permit is required prior to access and climbing.
The permit can be acquired on the webpage: http://centralreservas.tenerife.es/actividad/4 (only in Spanish)
Maximum of 70 persons per day.
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