The big orange wall and cave in the southern part of the crag, the original El Corral, were popular areas back in the 90s and provided some hard climbing, but were subsequently banned after the bad behaviour of climbers resulting in removal of the bolts. The eastern part of the crag known as "El Corral East" or "Donde" has had some good routes added in the 2010s and the recent years (and months) and is a scenery place worth a visit. The rock is limestone, and the style is mostly technical and vertical on single and two-pitch lines.

⚠️ NOTE: ⛔️ Climing prohibited from 1 March to 30 September due to nesting birds. 🦅

There are now two sub-sectors under the "El Corral East / Donde": Upper and Lower. The lower sub-sector has some nice long single pitch lines and the multi-pitch "Three-sixty" that takes you to the top of the cliff offering a 360° view of El Chorro, hence the name. "Three-sixty" has 4+ and 6a variations and is a popular and pleasant first multi pitch experience. Both the lower and upper sectors provide for a good amount of mid-grade routes. Please note that the crag is still under development and quite a few routes are new so the grading is subjective.

☀️ The crag gets the sun from early morning. The upper section goes in shade mid afternoon while the lower one stays in the sun for longer.

Best grades: 6a to 6c

General rules:
🐕 Dogs need to be kept on leash
⛰ The crag is situated on private property
🔇 Keep the noise down
🔥 Don't light fire
🚯 Don't litter
⛺ No camping

⛔️ No climbing from 1 March to 30 September due to nesting birds. 🦅

El Corral

Climbing has been limited!

⛔️ No climbing from 1 March to 30 September due to nesting birds. ⚠️🦅

⛔️ Only approach as described below, from north. Do not approach the crag directly from the road below. The cliff is on private land and the landowner owns the property directly below.
⛔️ Climbing on the west side of El Corral (large orange crag) is strictly forbidden.

💡 Up to date information on the restrictions due to nesting birds: (in Spanish 🇪🇸)

🚘 From El Chorro village drive towards Valle de Abdalajis and at about 3km turn left at the green sign "Sendero Sierra de Huma". Drive until you see a parking lot on the right side of the road, after a house. 🅿️ Same parking as for the Rocabella crag.

🚶 Approach to El Corral is to be done from the back side (north) by passing Sector Rocabella. (See map for trail.) From the parking, head towards Rocabella, but before reaching the cliff, head to the right for a small path that leads through the woods. The path will start to climb upwards and you should soon be able to see the upper part of El Corral.