Rock Climbing in the Spanish Pyrenees

Explore the many and varied crags of this impressive mountain range.

The Pyrenees form a natural and formidable border between France and Spain and provide an awesome backdrop for endless outdoor activities all year round. The Spanish Pyrenees are also an excellent place to go for rock climbing. 
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Rock Climbing in Spain

In this stunning natural park, you’ll find a lot of climbing opportunities such as climbing peaks like the Punta Solitude, Gran Diedro, the Agulla de Dellui, and more.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+34

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Best time to visit

May through October

Language

Spanish, Catalan, Aragonese

Weather

The summer months are hot and dry, the winters are freezing

How to get there

Fly to Barcelona or Zaragoza then drive, organize a transfer or take the train

More info about Rock Climbing in Spanish Pyrenees:

Aside from the awesome mountains in the Aiguestortes National Park you should definitely check out the Midi d’Ossau (2,885m) is accessed by a hike and provides awesome steep walls and epic views.  Then there’s the Mallos de Riglos (1,045m) which are actually a series of jagged rock towers. You can spend a whole day exploring this rocks and enjoy altitudes of up to 300 meters

 

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