1+ day Rock climbing in the Ordesa Valley, Spanish Pyrenees

Join Cesc or one of the certified guides on his team to this one or more days program in the Pyrenees and enjoy rock climbing around the Ordesa Valley.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1+ day

Mountain Range

Pyrenees

People per Guide

Trip Level

Intermediate

Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Type of Trip

Private

Highlights

 
  • Enjoy rock climbing around the beautiful Ordesa Valley.

  • Spend one or more days in the area and discover several routes.

  • Customize the trip according to your level and preferences.

 

Situated in the Central Pyrenees, in the Spanish province of Huesca, Ordesa Valley is a stunning natural area declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO. Along with the Monte Perdido massif, it forms the Ordesa y Monte Perdido National Park, a beautiful spot for hiking and climbing.

This program invites you to enjoy rock climbing around the Ordesa Valley. There are many options available for beginners and intermediates in the Monte Perdido massif, such as Cilindro and Marboré. For more advanced participants, we can also go to Tozal del Mallo, Gallinero and Torre de Marboré. These routes are all amazing!

Due to the wide variety of options in the area, the program is suitable both for beginners and experts. You can decide to stay one or more days in the valley and, depending on your level and preferences, we’ll arrange the itinerary. The goal is always to have a great experience and the best of times!

So, do you find this program exciting? Then send the request to book your place and come to enjoy rock climbing in the Ordesa Valley.

You can also join us on this rock climbing program in Montserrat. Check it out!

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Price per person, per day

 
Group of 1
300 EUR

Group of 2
175 EUR

 

Price includes

 
  • Guiding fee
  • Personal Insurance
 

Other details

 
Skill level required

Intermediate

Fitness level required

Fit

 

About the Guide

 
 

Right in the heart of Catalonia, well connected with Barcelona, stands the Montserrat massif; a mountain with a big natural, cultural and spiritual significance that rises sharply to 1,236 meters from the top of St. Jeroni.

The Montserrat Mountain Guides offer the possibility to discover this fantastic mountain accompained by professional certified guides and instructors. We organize guided activities and courses of all levels.
Along with all these activities in Montserrat, we can guide you over all the natural sites of Catalonia and the Pyrenees, a region with a wide range of possibilities for trekkers, hikers, climbers, etc.

From Guies de Montserrat we promote the use of sustainable transportation (train, zipper, funicular) and the development of activities that stimulate in participants a feeling of belonging to the places he or she visits. This perception of belonging, as we work with feelings and perceptions, can perfectly be assimilated to a sense of spirituality.

Our main activities are:
Spiritual values of Nature for private, groups or companies
rock climbing
hiking
Via Ferrata

 
 

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What People are Saying about Guies de Montserrat

 

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Alexander Gulavskiy
I wanted to send you an email regarding the amazing experience we had in the Pyrenees with our guide Ricard. He was an amazing guide and was able to answer any questions we had and also made the hike an incredible experience for me as a geoscientist. He also stopped for breakfast along the way and provided us with a very nice picnic to enjoy during our hike which was very appreciated. I would highly recommend this experience and Ricard was an excellent guide who takes pride in providing people the most optimal experience and being a very friendly person in general.
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Michael King
It rained the day of my guided climb which made the trip less than I had hoped for. However, Xavi made it the best day he could and after we bailed we did some sport climbing where it was protected from rain.
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Zander Pain
 

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