Colombia is a country full of legends and myths, and Suesca, just 45 kilometres north of Bogotá which is the capital city of Colombia and it has its fair share of ghost tales, supernatural drumming, and flying witches. Suesca is a popular weekend destination for climbers of all levels, even the youngest and oldest climbers can find something relevant for them. It is the best area in Colombia for both traditional and sport climbing, and claims over 400 routes. The walls are up to 125 metres high and follow the railway tracks and a small river where from different peaks of the hike you can see the inner beauty of Colombia. There are many pleasant routes at Suesca just an hour north of Bogota. Much of it is secured and there is good climbing and bouldering scene which will make you always remember the different sceneries that it has to offer. It is a lovely rural spot with camping as well and the weather in January is agreeable. This is about as similar as Colombia gets to Arapiles in Australia but Colombians do not see as many kangaroos as the Australians do. A tough climbing challenge in the Colombian mountains is the Pulpito del Diablo in the Sierra Nevada del Cocuy. It is a unusual 60 meter high top on the slopes of the Pan de Acucar peak, with the summit at just under 5000 meters. The normal route is a two or three pitch climb up a crack system in near the north end of the east face. It is about 5.6 or 5.7 in grade, but at nearly 5000 meters it will feel harder.