Mountain Climbing trips – Spain

Spain is a wonderfully diverse and beautiful country with a wide array of landscape, scenery and terrain, from dry and arid plains to towering mountain ranges, as well as spectacular coastlines. Mountain climbing is an epic way to truly get a feel for what this great country is about!

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Spain is a wonderful country that provides something for people from all walks of life, from the alluring and lovely beaches all along the coast and the Canary Islands, to the mountains, valleys and plains of the middle, to the big cities of Madrid and Barcelona.

The weather is superb for much of the year, meaning mountain climbing can be done for most of it. Temperatures can get quite hot in Summer, and in the Northern and Central parts of the country, Winters can get quite cool.

The villages, towns and cities are full of intriguing histories and culture which they are very proud of, especially in the autonomous regions, providing endless hours of exploration and discovery, thus ensuring there is always something to see and do.

A lot of the mountain climbing can be very physically and mentally demanding, so it is recommended that you build up a very good base of fitness before tackling any of the routes.

 

 

 

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Weather

Hot and sunny during the Summer months. Mild Winters in most of the country, with the interior experiencing the coldest weather in the country.

Language

Spanish

Currency

Euro

How to get there

Flights to all major metropolis' from all major European, African and Asian hubs.

Country Code

+34

Best time to visit

Any time of year.

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

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Tatiana Glanville-Wallis
It\'s a long slog of a climb, but doable as long as you\'re reasonably fit (but you don\'t need to be an Olympic athlete). The views are stunning. The Puente (bridge) de Mahoma is mentally tough with steep drops either side and some uncomfortable climbs. I\'d strongly recommend using a local guide as they help you with the planning, kit and techniques, they share knowledge of the surrounding area that you wouldn\'t get otherwise and they help you over the more challenging stretches
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Ian Bywater
This trip was amazing and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in hiking. We went on 9 and 10 of December but we were lucky and the weather conditions was really good. The nature and the view were fascinating. Alejandro was an excellent guide! Very professional and a very nice guy. All these elements combining together made this trip an unforgettable experience!
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Panskal
Jon was an excellent guide. He was responsive and detailed prior to the hike regarding equipment preparation as well as keeping us up to date on weather conditions and various scenarios we may encounter. Jon was very knowledgeable, not just from a technical standpoint but also the history and area itself. We had a great experience and would use Jon again in the near future for the next climb.
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