Tag: rock climbing
Oliana is located in the South Central Pyrenees. You can reach it in less than 2 hours from Barcelona. Sector Coll de Nargó Coll de Nargó is 15 minutes north of Oliana. The name of the sector we climbed is Coll Piqué. It’s a very […]
1. Sector Bonavista – Badalona Bonavista is a nice climbing sector with 10 beginner-friendly slab routes close to the neighbourhood Bonavista in Badalona and only a few minutes away from the parking. The routes are a little sandy though and you might find a few […]
2,5 hours South of Barcelona, in the province of Tarragona, you can find the tiny village of Margalef surrounded by conglomerate cliffs, mostly overhanging with an immense number of pockets. In fact, if you like pockets, you will absolutely love Margalef. For me, it’s one […]
Punta de la mora is a small but supercool spot for deep water soloing and the best is, it’s only a 1 hour drive from Barcelona. Grades range from 6a to 7a. The max. height is only about 5 meters. The rock type is limestone. […]
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.
Cala Magraner is a popular sport climbing place in Mallorca. It offers very nice routes and awesome views at the beach. It can get very hot on the crag but luckily the sea is only a stone’s throw away The difficulty of the routes range […]
Only about a 20 minutes’ walk from the famous psicobloc in Tossa is another great spot for deep water soloing. Unlike the well-known psicobloc between Cala Bona and Cala Pola, this one doesn’t see many visitors. The place is absolutely amazing. There are no official […]
This absolutely amazing climbing spot close to the monastery Santuary de Queralt is only about a 1 hour drive from Barcelona with great views at Berga and its surroundings. You can park at the monastry and from there it’s only about a 15 minutes walk […]
If you are looking for a place for rock climbing close to Barcelona, by the sea, and that’s accessible by train: Garraf Platja is the place for. You can get there by train (30 Minutes from Sants Central Station). When you get to the beach […]