A closely-packed set of routes running steeply up the side of a rocky ravine. The ravine is called the Barranco de los Molinos. The routes are well protected and tend to be steep, strenuous and fingery. As is so often the case with out-of-the-way locations, the grades here can seem on the harsh side. The angle of the rock and sharpness of the holds don't help; be prepared to drop your sights a little or get beaten up. Climbers who operate in the 6s and low 7s and who enjoy technical faces should find enough climbing for a good day’s sport here. Many of the climbs have their names painted on the rock or stamped on the first bolt bracket.


42 winter routes (4a...8a)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Peña Almarra - Barranco De Los Molinos
A fine wall of compact grey limestone running up the side of the steep slope directly above the...
Evening sun

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