CAIMARI


The area known as Caimari refers to four individual crags scattered along a narrow valley just north of the town of Caimari itself. Sector Cueva is a super-steep cave and bulging wall with a desperate set of hard routes - the easiest worthwhile route is 7b! The other crags are a complete contrast, and have many more routes at friendlier grades. Hairpin Wall consists of a tall buttress with some good easier routes that take advantage of the quality rock on its lower section. It is only a minute from the car, making it good for a quick session. The other two cliffs - Muro de Caimari and Comuna de Caimari - are adjacent to each other and composed of excellent rock. Both have their bases shrouded by trees. The routes on the two cliffs give plenty of variety but most are either fingery walls or long lines of discontinuous tufa.

Routes

1 dws route (??)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
Comuna de Caimari - Sector Adalt
No description as yet.
22
Sport
Afternoon sun
Uphill

9 mins

Comuna de Caimari - Sector Es Raconet
The central section of the cliff has some superb routes and offers the best and most popular...
29
Sport
Afternoon sun
Uphill

6 mins

Comuna de Caimari - Sector Placa Rotja
The tallest and most impressive section of Comuna de Caimari is the large red scoops at the...
14
Sport
Afternoon sun
Uphill

6 mins

Muro de Caimari
A smallish crag of compact vertical rock with some tufa formations towards the left-hand end. It is...
17
Sport
Afternoon sun
Uphill

4 mins

sheltered
Hairpin Wall
This interesting little crag provides a complete contrast to the mega-steep routes of Sector Cueva....
11
Sport
Afternoon sun
Level

1 min

sheltered
Sector Cueva
A very impressive cave and bulging wall that has a concentration of hard and excellent routes. The...
38
Sport
No sun
Level

8 mins

Seepage
Dry in the Rain
sheltered
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