Altitude 885m a.s.l
Matt Spenceley on first ascent of White wave, Pleasure Dome (chalk cliffs nr Brighton) © eddie parkes
A series of domes, which are the actual peaks of the rock walls of Penya Roc. Although Penya rock is best seen from the Guadalest valley road, the pleasure Domes are best viewed from the Sella valley as they make up the head of the valley and face that direction. The actual rock on the routes is excellent, most of the climbs use lower offs before this point is reached.
No access problems, you can drive from the Guadalest valley to within a few minutes of the crags. (Approach from the car parking as for Haunted
walls). Topo available at http://www.compasswest.co.uk/topos/
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