A pleasant cliff in a quiet setting, with a good collection of mainly tough wall climbs, though there are a few routes of lesser grade for climbers with lower aspirations and several crack lines that will eventually make reasonable lower grade climbs. The bowl shape of the cliff means that it can be hot though it goes into the shade by mid afternoon. Lliber (pronounced ‘zjee - bear') is the best of the crags in the Jalón Valley. The climbing is generally vertical, or gently overhanging, on broccoli-covered rock which is hard wearing on the fingers. The right-hand side is steep enough to give dry climbing in light rain and it is very sheltered from the wind.


35 sport routes (5c...8a)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Peña Roja Routes
The fine right-hand wall is steep and has plenty of superb long sustained technical pitches...
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