Costa Blanca - The Guadalest Valley - Free Climbing Topos

The Guadalest Valley contains some fine areas for climbing, drive 15 minutes beyond Echo Valley to access this area.

You will find some great climbs amidst fantastic scenery and enough routes here to keep you busy for several days

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El Flare - A great selection of routes in a beautiful setting that would provide a few days entertainment for most middle grade climbers. The unusual "rib" on the Gossos buttress provides a couple of unique routes. And the stalagtites in Piedra Liquida are not to be missed. There are several trad routes here that are well worth doing, so be sure to bring a selection of nuts and cams.

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costa blanca topo Serella - A recently developed mountain crag - with mainly sport routes, but also a couple of great trad lines, all in a spectacular location.

Although only 9 routes (there will be more!) they are all around 25 to 40 metres long. And also it includes a 40 metre slab sports route at 6b (you need 15 quickdraws for that), and a classic HVS and E2.

Oh - and short walk in - about two minutes if you drive up the good forest tracks. No access problems.

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The rocky citadel of Guadalest has always been known for the bouldering available there, but recently the extensive walls have been developed and now the area is well worth a visit with a selection of routes across the grades, on a variety of walls. For climbers operating in the orange spot grade range - 5 to 6a+ - there is plenty to go at including some exceptional 2 and 3 pitch routes. These offer a good oportunity for less expereinced climbers to try their hand at multi-pitch routes before venturing onto the much bigger undertakings on places like the Penon and Puig Campana.

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