Climbing Tourism - Bogotá/La Mojarra, Colombia, 12 nights

Spend 12 nights and 10 full days of climbing and tourism in Colombia!

The first two days are spent in Suesca, Colombia's oldest, most developed crag, with more than 600 open routes. Its good for climbers of all levels.
Day three is spent in Bogotá, diving into its busy streets to visit the city's colonial center and eat typical food of the area.
Days four and five we venture to one of two crags: in Zipaquira or Macheta. Zipaquira has climbing of all levels, and the quality of the rock is superb. Macheta is a spot to challenge yourself with the highest concentration of hard climbs in Colombia.

After that adventure, it only gets better. We travel by bus a full day to climb the next five days in La Mojarra, Santander. The area has more than 200 routes bolted and hundreds more possibilities remaining. La Mojarra is a cliff that goes on over one and a half kilometers in the heart of the Chicamocha Canyon. The red solid sandstone is some of South America's best and offers a variety of climbing styles for all levels.
And climbing those 5 days isn't the only option! There are water holes, gorgeous towns (Barichara and La Mesa de los Santos), and the Chicamocha Canyon that we can visit on off days.

Price includes all transportation, lodging, food, and Park Fees. Does not include air fare to Bogota or souvenirs.

Country: Colombia
Listing created Jun 12, 2016

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