Access to the place
Hiking to the start 10'
Climb the rocky ramp to the right of the sports area. You come to a 2nd area (Gran Slab). Continue uphill to the left, following the natural route. At the upper level, you'll find yourself at the foot of a cliff. The route starts under a tree to the left of the "Sr Tarzán" route (marked with 3 burils in a shoulder-high triangle).
The route faces south-east and is 120m long in 3 pitches (45m, 40m, 35m). Difficulty 6a in L3, good equipment, 10 quickdraws required.
L1 (45m, V+)
A 1st section with 4 points and excellent rock. Follow the points slightly diagonally to the left. A small flat then the 2nd part (5 points) very vertical in delicate and tonic V+ but perfectly protected. Relay R1 is just above and very comfortable.
L2 (40m, IV)
This is simply a junction between the cliff's 2 vertical walls. 4 belay points are all you need, and you finish with a grip on a very abrasive ramp to belay R2 below the overhanging start of L3. A comfortable belay.
L3 (35m, 6a)
Come on, it's already kicking a bit more! We're soon under the overhang. There are some big holds in the hole above, but you have to go for it and the exit is quite tricky (V+). The forearms are getting a bit fuller. Above the overhang, ojo as there's no protection and a good 5 metres to the next point. And that's not the end of the story, as we have to get over a good, almost overhanging wall with small rulers and fingers that are starting to give out (6a). The end is easier up to the R3 belay, almost at the top of the cliff.
The descent is via a path that leads off to the left of the last belay station, following a rope in poor condition, down the north face of the area to the road.