Multi-pitch climbing days in Catalonia

Go on a fantastic multi-pitch climbing day in the beautiful Catalonia. Choose any of the many routes and join Marc, local AEGM certified guide, on a unique climbing adventure this winter.

 
 

Details

 

Trip Duration

1 day

Mountain Range

Pre-Pyrenees, Pyrenees

People per Guide

2 people

Trip Level

Easy

Offer Period

Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov, Dec

Type of Trip

Not specified

Highlights

 
     

    Join me on a multi-pitch climbing adventure in the rocky region of the southern Pyrenees, in Catalonia, Spain. This spot offers several rock-climbing possibilities to make the best of the sun during the winter days. I will happily guide you!

    Catalonia has many different areas that offer excellent rock climbing opportunities. Most of them are only a 2-hour drive away from Barcelona. Some of the most famous spots include Alt Urgell, Montsec Range, Montroig Range and Montserrat Mountain.

    The routes in this region vary greatly.  They can have from 2 to 12 pitches and can be up to 400 meters long. This means that regardless of your experience, there is a perfect place for you. Therefore, I will plan the itinerary depending on your level to ensure you enjoy a stunning day in the sun. The price of the trip may vary depending on the route. Additionally, I can also take you on a multi day trip in order to visit different walls and discover the unique places that Catalonia has to offer.

    So, are you ready for a fun rock-climbing excursion in Catalonia? Then book your trip now and get ready for a beautiful adventure in the Pyrenees! 

    Otherwise, if you are looking for more options in the area, I also offer via ferrata trips near Barcelona and multi-pitch climbing trips in the Ordessa Valley.

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    Price per person

     
    Group of 1
    250 EUR

    Group of 2
    140 EUR

     

    Price includes

     
    • Guiding fee
    • Personal Insurance
     Price also includes photo report (taken by the guide).
     

    Other details

     
    Skill level required

    All Levels

    Fitness level required

    Occasional

    Meeting point

    The meeting point will be established prior to the beginning of the trip and will depend on the climbing location. While transportation is not included in the price, it can be arranged at an additional fee.

    Accommodation

    I would be happy to recommend or arrange nearby comfortable accommodation options to you.

    More info

    Participants should bring the following items with them: climbing shoes, harnesses, sunglasses, fleece jacket or warm sweater, light but strong pants, a pair of shoes fit for trail walking, a small backpack (30-40L), some food and water, sunscreen, lip balm and a camera, valid identity card or passport.

     

    About the Guide

     
     

    AEGM Rock Climbing Guide

    Ever since I was a kid I have been in contact with nature, and this has been my environment. Family traditions led to my first steps in the hiking world. I discovered wonderful places and learned to enjoy and respect the mountains. Still vivid in my memories are the ascents around Ordesa NP and the Catalan Pyrenees during my childhood.

    At the age of eighteen I took my first steps in rock climbing. I dedicated some years climbing traditional classic routes, with the Montsec range as my school. With the experience gained I widened my horizons and started discovering new walls: Ordesa, Puig Campana, Penyal d'Ifach, Los Mallos de Riglos, Montrebei, Terradets...

    In 2000, I got my Civil Engineer degree. I then spent my holidays climbing. At this point I started exploring the big possibilities France and its walls opened up: Verdon, Vercors, Jonte...

    In 2002 I went on a one-year trip to Australia, but without climbing. After that year I realized rock climbing was my real passion. At then started spending as much time as I had climbing. My climbing trips starting taking me further and further. It was in Switzerland where I discovered my favorite climbing terrain: the amazing limestone walls of Wendenstöcke, Rätikon, Sanetsch... After that, new destinations kept coming: UEA, Jordan, Morocco, Dolomites, Sardinia, Corsica...

    Finally, I decided to become a Climbing Guide and offer all my climbing experience to you.

    My formal training started in 2011, as I became a Climbing Monitor of the High Mountain Catalan Academy (ECAM). Just after that, in 2012, I got my Climbing Sport Technician degree.

    Not satisfied with that, I continued my training to get the highest climbing degree available in Spain. In the spring of 2014 I finished my training and became a Climbing Superior Sport Technician.

     
     

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    What People are Saying

     

    Thank you so much for this unique and incredibly exciting experience! You encouraged us to push our limits and helped us out of our comfort zone whilst keeping us safe at all times! Your skills, experience, professionalism, and calming nature made us feel safe and looked after throughout the day. We hope that many other happy adventurers will have the opportunity to climb with you. Above all, you’re also an AMAZING photographer!!!! Thank you so much!
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    Laura Bernhard
    Altament recomanable per als qui ens agrada disfrutar de la verticalitat amb total seguretat.
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    Neus Capdevila Colom
    We had a very nice time! Marc was a very nice guide and we really enjoyed climbing with him!!
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    Jianbo Yin
     

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