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General Approach: From the C-14 follow the TV-7044 uphill through the town of La Riba then continue driving west for approximately 1.5km to an obvious parking area directly opposite the cliffs on the other side of the river.

El Pedestal
Approach: From the parking follow an obvious path down into and across the riverbed, then past a derelict mill (El Molí de la Font Gran) heading directly towards the cliffs. The first section of rock reached is El Pedestal (10 minutes).

La Penya Roja
Approach: From the parking follow an obvious path down into and across the riverbed, then past a derelict mill (El Molí de la Font Gran) heading directly towards the cliffs. The first section of rock reached is El Pedestal; just beyond this lies the start of Penya Roja (10 - 12 minutes).

Piló Suïcida
Approach: From the parking follow an obvious path down into and across the riverbed, then past a derelict mill (El Molí de la Font Gran) heading directly towards the cliffs. Continue uphill, passing El Pedestal and Penya Roja to reach the obvious tower (12 minutes). Orientation southwest — shade until mid-afternoon.

La Penya Darrera El Piló
Approach: From the parking follow an obvious path down into and across the riverbed, then past a derelict mill (El Molí de la Font Gran) heading directly towards the cliffs. Approximately halfway between the river and the cliffs, while passing a large boulder on the left, a well-marked trail cuts right off the main path and heads first rightwards and then straight up the wooded hillside, passing to the right of a large pinnacle. Shortly after this the terrain begins to level out and the path splits by a metal signpost: take the left fork (marked Cim de la Penya Roja), which leads up and left to the sector (12 minutes).

La Xina
Approach: From the parking follow an obvious path down into and across the riverbed, then past a derelict mill (El Molí de la Font Gran) heading directly towards the cliffs. Approximately halfway between the river and the cliffs, while passing a large boulder on the left, a well-marked trail cuts right off the main path and heads first rightwards and then straight up

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