An hour north of Bogotá is the sandstone cliff where started the rock climbing in the country approximately 40 years ago.
Today the area boasts more than 300 tracks, with difficulty from 5.6 to 5.14 (?) And up to 4 pitches (approximately 130 meters high).
is at 1 hour in car from Bogota, take the highway for the nort and go to there by the principal way, to tunja, you have to pay 2 sans, then you are nerest, look careful to see the gas station ant the singal of suesca in the left of the way, turn and in 15 minutes you are in the area, you recognize the stores of climbing accesories, and then the train way ant the rocks.
23 Total Routes
['4 Stars',8],['3 Stars',6],['2 Stars',6],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Suesca
Tutti Frutti 5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b South America
: ... : Zona de Alcatraz
This starts out with a very cool exposed stance about 40 feet off the ground on a large ledge. It would be a good idea for the belayer to be anchored. The crux is pulling up and over the roof the first clip isn't hard but be careful not to fall while clipping it. Once above the roof you will be pulling on huge craters head left and up over a small roof and then easier climbing to the chains which are back and above a ledge. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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|By Josh Kornish|
Dec 29, 2013
If anyone has any questions about Suesca feel free to message me. I've spent about two months here climbing.
Suesca is an incredible area and most definitely worth a visit!
|By Sebastian mejia|
May 21, 2014
Feel free to message me for any info on this crag, i've been living and climbing here for 15 years.
Also check please check out my website with lots of cool info and topos of the routes, www.guiadeescaladasuesca.com