Altitude 353m a.s.l
Tierra de Nadie, Vallada © IceBun
40m routes, 6b-8a. 6c-7a/b is the sweet spot.
Vertical to slightly overhanging, tufas on the 7s
Shade all day
Guidebook available at the bar at the foot of 'Vallada - Paratge Ermites'
Do NOT follow Google Maps (or equivalent) to get to the parking, or you will end up in the lower orange groves. Contrary to what Google Maps indicates, it is not possible to access the parking or the crag from the lower groves. Use the map here https://www.celaontinyent.es/zona-escalada-tierra-de-nadie-en-vallada-valencia/
Park in a clearing in the trees just after you leave the orange groves. Please don't block the main track, or the access to the orange groves, the farmers (and the bolters) are getting justifiably fed up.
Don't climb routes if the tufa is wet. If the first hangers are missing, don't climb the route.
Follow a path up from the parking (you can't see the crag from the parking). it trends left eventually and arrives at the crag under the route 'Thor'
|Really good crag for people climbing 6c-7b. Long endurance route up vert and slightly overhanging white and orange rock. Pockets and tufas
George_Surf - 16/Feb/20
|February 2020, the crags suffering from some bad seppage after rain in late January. Still plenty to go at but a lot of incredible looking lines that are a bit too wet.
Emilio Bachini - 11/Feb/20
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