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Gandia Crag

Gandia Crag

The first impression of this crag as you approach is that it is significantly less impressive than most of the bits of rock you have just driven past. However first impressions can be deceptive and when you get involved with the routes you will find some immaculate climbs on near-perfect rock formations. There is a good grade range and, although it isnít one of the better areas for people leading below 6a, there are still plenty of easier routes dotted around the crag. Most of the best climbing is on steep bulging tufas in the harder grades and the crag is an absolutely essential destination for those operating at 7a/7b. Some of the harder routes are a bit chipped but the best bits tend to be swinging around on the tufas and pockets at the bottom on natural holds. The easier climbs are mostly on grey slabs and walls with fingery and technical climbing

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Rock Climbing Photo Location Photo Location: Europe: Spain: Comunidad_Valenciana: Gandia

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