Perles with its superb rocks, tranquility and stunning setting is popular with local climbers but very little known beyond the borders of Catalunya. Perles offers climbing routes for all tastes, styles and grades. The sector Roc d’en Solà is a magnificient limestone wall offering technical […]
Abella de la Conca is a picturesque hamlet in the Catalan pre-Pyrenees with lots of technical wall and slab climbing possibilities, high quality rock, a beautiful remote landscape and amazing views over the valley. It’s without a doubt one of the best places to climb […]
Andorra is dominated by Pyrenees mountains and, of course, apart from hiking trails and plenty of via ferratas you, there is also a fair number of climbing possibilities.
A ferrata with 10 sections that are connected by short hiking trails. At the end of the ferrata you get amazing views over the mouth of the river Ebro. Approach time from parking: 45 min Duration ferrata: 3h Walk back: 1h Rope: 1 rappel (25 […]
Both ferratas Serra dels Canals and Roca Narieda are very recommendable ferratas with amazing views over the surrounding landscape with its mountains, a reservoir lake (suitable for swimming) and rivers. Both ferratas start with an easy “tramo familiar” and have a second and more interesting […]
Only a 2 hours drive away from Barcelona, Siurana is a paradise for sport climbers and one of the top destination crags in the world. The limestone cliffs surrounding the idyllic hilltop village of Siurana are of excellent quality and known for their thin, technical […]
The beautiful valley of Benasque in the midst of the Pyrenees offers amazing climbs for all levels and tastes.
This article offers information and reviews of the sectors Aiguespasas and Vall de Remuñe.
This via ferrata is just beside via ferrata Murmelsteig which is much easier. The access to the via ferrata is quite tiring because there is no path, you need to walk uphill on loose stones. A helmet is absolutely essential for this via ferrata as […]
This superfun via ferrata goes up steep from the bottom to the top of Carinthia’s highest waterfall (200 mts.) The ferrata is well equipped and seems secure. You need strentgh in your arms to get all the way up to the top. There are two […]
Cavallers is a mountain area, with a steep and rocky landscape where the trails pass along granite rocks. It is an absolute paradise for rock climbers. It offers a good number of routes with varying levels of difficulty and it is also where nature shows […]
Penya Ginesta is a popular rock climbing spot located in Garraf natural park southwest of Barcelona only a 30 minutes car drive away. There are 41 easy routes (grades from 3 to 6c) which makes it perfect for beginners. The ropos can be found in […]
Thanks to its spectacular Nepalese bridge, Baumes Corcades is probably the most popular Via Ferrata in Catalunya. With a length of 69 meteres, it is one of the longest bridges of its kind in Europe. The route is divided into 4 sections which are split […]
Note: There are climbing walls within the via ferrata. Click here for information about the Les Dames climbing routes. The via ferrata Canal de les Dames is an equipped canyon located south of the Montserrat mountain. It’s a fun and well-equipped path. The via ferrata […]
One of my favorite places in Barcelona is Can Masdeu. Can Masdeu is a former leper hospital which had been abandoned for over 50 years. It is now occupied by squatters and serves as a social center, residence, and community garden. The grounds governed by […]
Burgruine Hardegg is a well-preserved Castle surrounded by woods. The place rarely sees visitors. It is not generally known or easily accessible. The castle can be visited from a small village called Zweikirchen (lit. Two-Churches). From there you need to follow a dirt-track road leading […]