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sonso45


Jun 8, 2011, 10:06 AM

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Re: [JimTitt] Trad climbing in Europe
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I really liked trad climbing at Riglos and Monte Ordesa. It was a tad warm in Riglos but nice in Monte Ordesa.

I only climbed one day in Monte Ordesa, on the Rabada-Navarro. The wall is a uniform 1,500' and mostly vertical. It does have a lot of lines and some have lots of pitons but a rack is required. Worth the trip to Spain in warm weather. Here are some photos: http://www.rockclimbing.com/...iva_Espa_a_1043.html

Near Riglos is another must do crag, Rodellar. Especially if you like sport climbs on steep limestone overhangs. If you climb 5.12+ on up you'll be happy.


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