TAMADAYA


The deep gorge of the Borrador de Tamadaya offers a selection of routes in a cool and often windy setting - the gorge is so deep it sees little in the way of sun. The crag was partly developed to offer an easier venue where beginners could get a feel for climbing, and there are few moderate routes here but not very many, plus water-washed basalt is not the ideal medium to learn to climb on! There are also some good steep trad lines here.

Routes

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
Sector Tubria Left
The first of three sectors on the Left Bank (looking up) of the Borrador de Tamadaya - though the...
8
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
Windy
Sector Cuarto Largo Left
The second of three separate sectors on the Left Bank (looking up) of the Borrador de Tamadaya with...
7
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
Windy
Sector Apapart Left
The third and final sector on the Left Bank (looking up) of the Borrador de Tamadaya with a good...
15
Sun and shade
Downhill

12 mins

sheltered
Windy
Sector Apapart Right
This is the last of separate sectors on the Right Bank (looking up) of the Borrador de Tamadaya...
6
Sun and shade
Downhill

12 mins

sheltered
Windy
Sector Cuarto Largo Right
This is the second of three separate sectors on the Right Bank (looking up of the Borrador de...
16
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
Windy
Sector Tubria Right
This is the first of three separate sectors on the Right Bank (looking up) of the Borrador de...
4
Sun and shade
Downhill

10 mins

sheltered
Windy
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