A pleasant crag that is difficult to find, just outside the village of Pego. It has two buttresses, one right next to the car park with several lower grade routes, and a second, better crag just 10 minutes up the valley. Although not a major cliff, the routes are on the shorter side, some of the climbing is very good.

The upper cliff is described here. The lower cliff has routes from 5a to 5c on the wings, and a couple of 6bs in the middle.

Spain - Costa Blanca
Rock Type
Number of routes
Range of Routes
5a - 7c
Climbing Area

Sport and bolted routes

Topo Ref Route Sport Grade Length Quality Description Tick
01 Forats negras 6a 25m *

The left hand side of the upper cliff

02 Cabra loca 6b 20m
03 Borrego vollador 6b+ 20m

A hard move in the middle

04 La fila de la tia 6c 20m

The obvious line on big holds through the bulge to smaller holds

05 Muca muca 7a 20m

Starts at the same place as La fila, and move right where the bolts separate, only to realise it is easier to move right later. The crux move is still hard though

06 Teto 7a+ 20m

Direct up the face on good holds to harder moves

07 Anaconda 7c 20m

Climbs the thin snake like tufa reaching it from the left

08 Quimera 6c+ 25m

An good route with a hard crux move leading to easier but still sustained climbing

09 Garguller 7a+ 25m

The wall to the right of Quimper is climbed on monos

10 me'n Fot Denia 6b+ 20m

Start as for Mistica and move left where that goes right

11 Mistica 6c 20m

sustained and fingery up the vague groove, moving left at the top

12 Plat combinat 6a+ 20m

The scoop right of Mistica

13 Plat combinat II 5c 20m

Starts right of its mother route and joins it to finish at the same lower off

14 Rafelet un flanet 5c 20m
15 Caldetes 5c 20m

The last route at the right hand side of the upper cliff