Dominated by the Pyrenees mountains and sandwiched between France and Spain, Andorra is home to an abundance of natural treasures, rugged walls and unique collection of cultural curiosities. Its mountains are great for both beginners to rock climbing as well as for those with previous experience. Visit during the warmer months between March and September for ideal rock climbing conditions.
The tiny principality of Andorra is landlocked high up in the eastern Pyrenees mountains, sandwiched between Spain and France. The landscape is dominated by rugged mountains and narrow valleys, while its capital city of Andorra la Vella is the highest in Europe, at 1,023 meters. Flush with forest that rolls through the mountains, the country receives 300 days of sunshine per year and plenty of snowfall.
The temperate climate of Andorra experiences cold and snowy winters and warm and dry summers.
Visit during the warmer months between March and September for ideal rock climbing conditions.
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