Pedro Pons cleans up a a new climbing crag in Chulilla, Spain, and removes some big loose rock.
With over 800 routes, Chulilla is one of the best and most popular areas in Spain. The climbing is found in a limestone canyon that was formed by the Turia River.
The grades range from 5.8 to 5.14 and most routes require an 80-metre rope to get back to the ground.
The climbing is great year-round as the Mediterranean weather is characterized by warm and dry summers and mild winters.