About Las Cujas:
Las Cujas is a small beach next to the coastal town of Cachagua, 4 kms south of Zapallar. It isn't made out of sand but of crushed shells, it's surrounded by rock although not much of the rock close to the beach is suitable for climbing, there are two very conspicous trails leading north and south of the beach along the rocks, the south path goes all the way to the sand beach at the south end of cachagua and has some climbing available close to the ocean along the rocks, the north path ends very quickly, at the end of this path is a very good climbing wall with many different kinds of rock in the same wall. Take a brush if you want to climb here, the rock is covered in sand and salt.
There are more boulders in the granite on the south side of the beach, some are marked if you can manage to find the area. it can be recognized by one rather large rock outcrop that has been painted to cover up some grafitti, you can find problems there ranging from V0 to V7
Google Earth coordinates:: 32º 34' 46.13"S 71º 27' 22.07"W
Area Resources: All that you need must be brought, there are a few shops about 4 blocks down from the police station on the main road (paved) in case you need something, no water available.
|Nearest town or city:||Cachagua|
|Directions:||enter cachagua from the top entrance (there is a lower entrance that is next to an equestrian club, avoid it), hang a right at the forks in the road and procede halfway down the block after passing the open area and the sign that says "Los eucalyptus", there is a small dead end street that overlooks the beach on your right.|
|When to Climb:||Update|
|Quantity of Climbs:||Day|