Located in the south of Spain, Sierra Nevada is a breathtaking mountain range in Andalucía which is home to the highest spot in the country, the Mulhacén, at 3,479 m.a.s.l. This stunning region is also great for rock climbing adventures with limestone formations of all kinds for beginner, intermediate and advanced climbers to explore and discover. Some popular spots to go rock climbing in Sierra Nevada include Alfacar, Capileira, Lagos, Diezma, Lanjaron, Monachil, Motril, Niguelas, Orgiva and Pinos del Valle. The Sierra Nevada range is also famous for its awe-inspiring wilderness and its charming villages with delicious cuisine, perfect for some after-climbing recovery. Don’t miss the chance to discover the best crags in the south of Spain under the guidance of one of the certified guides at Explore-Share.com!
In winter the temperature averages around 6 degrees celsius and in summer the temperature averages around 24 degrees celsius. July is the driest month and November is the wettest.
Málaga is the closest international airport to the Sierra Nevada.
Autumn and Spring are best, although it is possible to go rock climbing in Sierra Nevada year round.
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