The area known as Caimari refers to four individual crags scattered along a narrow valley just north of the town of Caimari itself. Sector Cueva is a super-steep cave and bulging wall with a desperate set of hard routes. The other crags are a complete contrast and have many more routes at friendlier grades. Hairpin Wall consists of a tall buttress with some good easier routes and only a minute from the car. The other two cliffs - Muro de Caimari and Comuna de Caimari - are adjacent to each other and composed of excellent rock. Both have their bases shrouded by trees. The routes on the two cliffs give plenty of variety but most are either fingery walls or long lines of discontinuous tufa.

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