'Yugoslavia' is the name given to an eye catching crag close to the small mountain village of Villanueva de Cauche. It is composed of a vertical wall of vivid orange limestone that rises above a grassy slope only seconds from a convenient but quiet road. The crag is also blessed with a southerly, open aspect and a view to die for out over the hills and mountains that run down to the coast and west across to El Torcal. There is a decent spread of grades although the harder lines are the best and all of the climbs are very fingery and technical with progress normally being made on tiny edges and the odd pocket or flake crack. Locating lines on the rather featureless wall is helped by the route names being painted on the rock at the base of the climbs although some of these are now rather tricky to read.


33 sport routes (5a...8b)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Yugoslavia is a superbly positioned roadside venue with an enticing orange coloured main face. Many...
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