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Rock Climbing in Montserrat: Top Outdoor Adventures Awaiting You


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Conquer the rocky crags in the heart of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range!

Just an hour away from downtown Barcelona, this multi-peak mountain awaits. Boasting various different climbing options and incredible scenery, there’s no better place to climb on this sunny stretch of Spanish coast. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Rock climbing trips in Montserrat. The mountains are calling!

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FAQs: Rock Climbing in Montserrat

What should I know about Rock Climbing Montserrat?

Montserrat is multi-peaked mountain range about 50 kilometers northwest of Barcelona. The range is composed of multiple pinkish conglomerate rock formations, which resemble the teeth of a saw and can be seen from fairly far away. In fact, Montserrat means “saw mountain” in Catalan.

Among the most popular climbing options in the range are Sant Jeroni (1,236 meters) and Miranda de les Agulles (903 meters). However, there are dozens of routes to climb, including big walls, rocky towers and needles. Due to the immense diversity of Montserrat as well, no two climbs are alike.

Trip offerings to the range generally range from a half-day to an entire week. Due to its convenient location near Barcelona, it is also easy to combine climbing in Montserrat with climbing adventures to other parts of the Catalan Pre-Coastal Range too.

Why should I choose Montserrat for my Rock Climbing adventure?

Stunning scenery

Montserrat certainly does not lack a shortage of stunning scenery. Enjoy immaculate views of these rugged and unique rock formations as you climb to the top of one of them. From its summit, the views get even better as you take in the sprawling countryside. More of these mountains stretch onto the horizon interrupted by tufts of green trees and the occasional blue of a mountain lake.

Beautiful Barcelona

When you are not out on the rocks, take some time to enjoy the stunningly beautiful city that is Barcelona. Walk along the rambla and take in the exquisite views of the Mediteranean Sea; check out the unique architecture that is Gaudi’s house and La Sagrada Familia; and eat fresh seafood in the evening while enjoying a glass of local wine.

Something for everyone

Regardless of your rock climbing aptitudes or preferences, you are bound to find the perfect adventure awaiting you at Montserrat. From tough multi-pitch trad climbs to routes for beginners, there is plenty to keep even the most avid or novice climbers enthralled. Sport climbs are also prevalent throughout the range. No matter what kind of climbing you want to do, Montserrat has it.

What can I expect from the weather during my Rock Climbing trip in Montserrat?

The weather in and around Montserrat is hard to beat. During the summer, the average temperature runs from 25ºC to 30ºC with fewer than seven days of rain per month. Even in the winter temperatures are above 10ºC and rain is more likely but still rare.

How can I get to Montserrat?

Any trip to Montserrat will begin with a flight into the Barcelona–El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport (BCN). From here, it is easiest to rent a car and make the scenic drive east into the mountains. Many guides will also opt to meet you in Barcelona.

Which language is predominantly spoken in the Montserrat region?

Spanish and Catalan

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When is the best time to travel to Montserrat for Rock Climbing?

April to September, but many guides offer tripes year round.

What people are saying about Rock Climbing | Montserrat



This trip was the highlight of my week. Toti was very helpful and knowledgeable, and really made the day great.



Excellent guide! I would recommend to anyone looking to climb in Montserrat! The perfect route was picked for my ability and I had a great day out with Francesc.



Had a great day climbing with Carlos. He's knowledgeable about, and devoted to, the sport. I only had a single day during my trip to Spain to climb and was looking to get on some of the best sport routes in the area - and Carlos did not disappoint. As a guide he was skilled and safe, ensuring that we had a shared understanding of the safety systems. As a climbing partner he was insightful in recommending routes, providing beta, and the softest of catches. We chatted the whole time about the sport and the industry and the various features of routes. Highly recommend Carlos as a climbing guide if you're in the Barcelona area and I will definitely look him up again next time I'm in Spain without a belay.


Marc is a great guide. He was very professional, patient and super-friendly :) Thanks for the memorable adventure!



Francesc was awesome. He brought us on our first multi pitch. He made arriving at the belay stations and eventually repelling super simple and safe feeling. The climbs he took us on we’re awesome and would have taken us hours to find if we just arrived at a new crag with a guide book (especially if the book was in Spanish) Definitely the highlight of our honeymoon.

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