Rock Climbing Guide CERRO LAS TETAS Cayey, Puerto Rico
Cerro Las Tetas, nicknamed Las Tetas de Cayey, are two mountain peaks located in the municipality of Salinas, about a one-hour drive from San Juan (64 km). Since September 2000, the peaks have become part of a Puerto Rico Natural Reserve and are protected by law. The peaks are so named for their resemblance to a woman’s breasts. The word “tetas” is colloquial for “breasts” in Spanish, much like the English word “tits.” They rise to 2,759 feet (841 meters) above sea level, and its location in the south ridge of the Central Mountain Range (la Cordillera Central) provides a beautiful view of the Caribbean Sea.
Authors: Rossano Boscarino - Edda Jiménez
Editors: Blanca Paniagua - Paul Bedell
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