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The Gorge is a huge limestone defile that was formed by the Guadalhorce RIver. It is one of Andalucias most famous landmarks - not only because of the unique geography, but also because of Camino del Ray (The King's Pathway), a narrow and dangerous walkway that clings to the side of the gorge walls.
From El Chorro village take the path past the Refugio and walk toward the gorge, looking for the green bridge. As usual, there are dozens of ways to go, so just use your sense of direction. Once you see the green bridge, walk right up to it and then down the hill towards the start of the walkway.
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Africa 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b Europe : Spain : ... : Africa Wall
This is one of the best routes in the El Chorro area, and should be done by anyone climbing at the grade. It is a crack climb, but like limestone routes, you'll be using face holds as well. The crack can be wide, flaring and dirty in spots. It is definitely a trad route with a few old bolts along the way. It is also known to be a bit of a sandbag (or the shitty Rockfax guide is just wrong), and is said to go at about 5.11. P2 and P4 are given the grade of 6b+ while P1 gets 6a+ and P3 gets a...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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