This massive wall/mountain which faces town and camp is home to the famous testpiece El Sendero Luminoso. The 12th edition of Magic Ed's guide lists only a handful of routes, so there is likely great new route potential. The wall has a lot of aspects but generally faces N or NE and is a shady place.
Decent trails lead from the vicinity of Tami's to the crags. Allow at least half an hour for the approach. For more details, see guidebook.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for El Toro (The Bull):
Land of the Free 5.12b Sport, 10 pitches, 1000 feet, Grade IV
El Sendero Luminoso 5.12d Sport, 15 pitches, 1750 feet, Grade V
Featured Route For El Toro (The Bull)
El Sendero Luminoso 5.12d International : Mexico : ... : El Toro (The Bull)
15 wild pitches. Sustained quality 5.12 climbing. Expect a full day of fun with the most amazing views you can imagine. If you like the slabby, runneled climbs of Virgin Canyon, you will love this route. Take lots of water and headlamps.Pitches run roughly,1-5.12b, 2-5.12, 3-5.12, 4-5.11d, 5-5.12, 6-5.12, 7-5.12, 8-5.11a, 19-5.10, 10-5.10, 11-5.12d, 12-5.11c, 13-5.11, 14-5.10, 15-5.7Most pitches feel around 12a/b. Pitch two and eleven felt like the cruxes. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International