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Summary

Depending on the crag, this area offers either very hard to moderately hard limestone climbing with an impressive overview over the canyon.

Description

The Revilla area consists of at least two crags alongside the road leading up to the small village of Revilla. The first crag encountered is the large Liasva cave with many very hard and steep overhanging routes up to grade 8b+. Higher up the mountain a smaller vertical crag can be found which offers routes starting from 4c up to 8a.

A topo can be found at: https://sd-g1.archive-host.com/membres/up/66e93b2485cea8c541c24b59fcb051c68a5d3ed8/Topo_Revilla_Espagne.pdf

Access issues

Free access.

Approach

The road to Revilla is on the North side of the A-138 (a main road connecting France and Spain). Coming from the direction of Bielsa, turn right around milestone 63 just before the small village Hospital de Tella. It takes about 30 minutes to reach the village Revilla, the Cueva de Liasva crag is situated at approximately 20 to 25 minutes driving. Be careful when driving up, because the roads are narrow but sometimes crowded.

Where to stay

There's a camp site in Lamiana, halfway the road up to Revilla.

Ethic

All crags in the Huesca area are super clean, be sure not to leave any trash.

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