The rock climbing mecca of Catalonia guards the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. Only an hour away from Barcelona, you’ll find Montserrat, considered the country’s birthplace of rock climbing, and boasts iconic multi-pitch climbs. To the north, the Catalan Pyrenees offers endless spots for adventurous ascents, like Val D’Aran, Benasque Valley, Cavallers and the Aigüestortes National Park. There are options of 1 or several-day trips, whether you’re a first-timer or seasoned climber. Visit in spring and autumn for prime climbing conditions.
The autonomous community of Catalonia lies in the northeast of Spain, bordering France and Andorra to the north, the autonomous communities of Aragon to the west and Valencia to the south, and the Mediterranean Sea to the east. The largest, and capital city, is Barcelona, the second most popular city in Spain after the national capital of Madrid.
Autumn and spring offer ideal weather which is warm during the day, but without the strong heat associated with Spainsh summers.
Spanish, Catalan, Occitan.
Visit in spring and autumn for prime climbing conditions.
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