Carros de Roc 9-day rock climbing trip

If you love rock climbing you should join the local IFMGA guide Jordi on this 9-day adventure in Carros de Roc. A great spot to practice and learn the most important skills with a stunning landscape of the Pyrenees.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

9 days

Mountain Range

Pyrenees

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level

Sustained

Offer Period

May, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct

Type of Trip

Not specified

Highlights

 
     

    It’s my pleasure to invite you to this 9-day rock climbing adventure in Carros de Roc, Catalonia. 

    Carros de Roc is one of the most important rock climbing spots of the Pyrenees. It is located in the Aigüestortes and San Mauricio Lakes National Park. As you may know, it is the only one national park of the autonomous community of Catalonia.

    Carros de Roc offers endless options for the practice of outdoor activities. Rock climbing is one of them. The large granite walls surrounded by forests and lakes provide the best environment for rock climbing lovers.

    We will spend 9 days learning or improving the most important climbing techniques. During the night, we will rest in different mountain huts we will reach by foot. They are very comfortable and warm spaces that make it easier to achieve our goals each new day.

    Please find the day-by-day program at the bottom of this page. Keep in mind that the best season to come is from May to October. However, if you are planning to visit the Pyrenees during the winter, let me recommend this 5-day ski tour in Carros de Fog.

    So, I will be waiting for your contact in order to find the best rock climbing option for you. Get in touch and let’s get the best from this trip.

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    Price per person

     
    Group of 1
    2400 EUR

    Group of 2
    1200 EUR

     

    Price includes

     
    • Guiding fee
    • Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
     

    Itinerary

     
    • Day 1Arties - Restanca Hut - Ventosa Hut

      From Arties to the Restanca Hut (2010 m) and then to the Ventosa Hut (2220 m) via the Gran Diedro al Drac de Tumeneia (220 m, easy-intermediate difficulty).

    • Day 2Ventosa - Estany Llong Hut

      From Ventosa to Estany Llong Hut (1980 m) via Esperò Rongbuk Punta Solitud (400 m, easy level)

    • Day 3Estany Llong – Colomina hut

      Estany Llong – Colomina hut (2395 m) via Esperò Esmolat a Les Agulles Dellui (275 m, easy level)

    • Day 4Colomina - Josep M. Blanc Hut

      From Colomina to Josep M. Blanc Hut (2350 m) climbing in the Raiers Pic Peguera (325 m, intermediate level)

    • Day 5Josep M. Blanc - Mallafre Hut

      From Josep M. Blanc to the Mallafre Hut (1900 m) via Els Encantats.

    • Day 6Mallafre - Saboredo Hut

      From the Mallafre to the Amitges Hut again and then, the Saboredo Hut (2135 m). Today we will climb the Agulla Gran D’amitges, El Gran Diedro (30 m, intermediate-advanced level)

    • Day 7Saboredo - Colomers Hut

      From Saboredo to Colomers Hut (2200 m) via El Maravilloso Mundo de los Pax (150 m – hard difficulty)

    • Day 8Arties

      Return to Arties. End of the program.

     
     

    Other details

     
    Fitness level required

    Open to everyone

    Accommodation

    I can help you organize the night accommodation if you wish.

     

    About the Guide

     
     

    UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide based in the Pyrenees

    I grew up by the seaside, but since the age of 9 I started going to the mountains. And since then, I never stopped.

    I learned about freedom from philosophy, physics and maths, and then the mountains showed it to me.

    I get new knowledge from forming new guides, studying mountain medicine, and training body and mind. But going to the mountains give me the reflexes.

    From top level climbing, alpine style 8000s peaks, skiing and snowboarding, opening routes from the Arctic to the Antarctic, passing through the Himalayas and climbing in the desert and the jungle, from the Patagonian Ice to Vietnam: The important thing is not where you get, the important thing is to go.

    I’m based in Benasque, in the Pyrenees, but consider myself a nomad. I just expect the rain or the sun rising every morning to celebrate nature’s cycle, and continue living as part of it.

     
     
     

     

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