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Climbs 31
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 941m a.s.l
Faces NE

Crag features

Very long routes, some tufas, pockets and edges, in fact most routes have a bit of everything. Ideal in summer and autumn. 80m rope needed (or longer). There is some loose rock at the moment, on the easy slabs at the base of the crag, particularly the starts to Enduro, Dragon Khan and Shark Fin. So keep your eyes open & be careful when pulling your rope down. Wear a helmet. 

Access for Gotham & the routes to the right is up the obvious ropes to a terrace on the right. With careful rope work & 100m rope it is possible to belay from the ground for Gotham and Chicken Tufa.

Approach notes

Approx 4 km north of Campo, on the N260, there are a couple of small laybys on the right. The crag is clearly visible on the other side of the river/gorge. Park very carefully to avoid blocking the road. Cross the road, walk up to the bend, step over the concrete barrier and descend to a wire cable monkey bridge, cross the river and follow the path to the crag. Time approx 20 mins. You need to wear your harness and have 2 long slings/quick draws, be careful. 

Access Advice

Parking is the problem here. The road is a very windy and narrow mountain road, the parking spaces are very small and can't accommodate more than 6 cars. The equippers want to keep the crag quiet to avoid problems on the road caused by too many parked cars. 

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