Altitude 793m a.s.l
Spanish girl trying Mi pequeño tal Ivan © Eduardo Martinez
A huge abundance of climbs, of varying difficulties. From beginner friendly IVs and Vs to quality routes in the 7s and 8s. Expect a little polish on some of the popular easy routes near the bottom. Crag may not match the guide book as it is subject to frequent addition of new routes. Some multi-pitches but with questionable quality above the first pitch. Watch out for bees and loose rocks. There is continuous development.
Sun hits the main sectors about 11. However middle sectors can be in shade until midday. All year round crag but really only possible to climb I early morning until about 12 in summer. This is one of the hottest parts of Spain. Great winter venue as weather usually sunny a few often warm. It has become popular with many climbers visiting from other parts of Spain. It seems to be allowed to stay in van at parking before track. This is a popular thing for the Spanish climbers to do.
Good climbing shop called Alma Gaia near El Corte Ingles in the city.
Nearest city: Jaén. Walk in time: 5-25 min. Walk in angle: Gentle. Great city.
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