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Table of contents
- 1. Baldellou
12 in Crag
El Congost 12 in Crag
- 1.1.1. Braguetazo 0 in Sector
- 1.1.2. Skas 0 in Sector
- 1.1.3. La Boa 2 in Sector
- 1.1.4. Alpirando 10 in Sector
- 1.1.5. Parking 0 in Sector
- 1.1.6. Tarugo 0 in Sector
- 1.1.7. Arapiles 0 in Sector
- 1.1.8. Walldellou 0 in Sector
- 1.1.9. Aproproad 0 in Sector
- 1.1.10. On the road 0 in Sector
- 1.1.11. El Gallinero 0 in Sector
- 1.1.12. El tunel 0 in Sector
- 1.1.13. Cingle de Ponent 0 in Sector
- 1.1.14. Trifasik 0 in Sector
- 1.1.15. Kanto la Sekia 0 in Sector
- 1.1.16. Esgondio 0 in Sector
- 1.1.17. La Kupula 0 in Sector
- 1.1.18. Piratas del Congost 0 in Sector
- 1.1.19. El Forn 0 in Sector
- 1.1.20. Agulla Fita 0 in Sector
- 1.1.21. Las Torres de Amun-Sul 0 in Sector
- 1.1.22. Mitocondrio 0 in Sector
- 1.1.23. Piedra de Durin 0 in Sector
- 1.1.24. LA Comarca 0 in Sector
- 1.1.25. Hobitton 0 in Sector
- 1.1.26. Pison de Rivendel 0 in Sector
- 1.1.27. Las Abejas 0 in Sector
- 1.2. Peñaroya 0 in Cliff
- 1.3. La Volteria 0 in Cliff
- 1.1. El Congost 12 in Crag
- 2. Index by grade
Long/Lat: 0.534514, 41.933034
Long/Lat: 0.534668, 41.936630
- Unique Features And Strengths:
Countless short roadside climbs
The Congosto de Regué is a ~1.5 km road passage through a narrow gorge. Most climbs start next to the road or very near to it, which is usually not a problem since there is very little traffic. Some climbs are (very) short.
Topo for Alpirando and Boa: http://lanochedelloro.com/reseespana/aragon_h_bbcf.html#
Map of sectors: http://ujamaors.blogspot.de/2014/08/escalada-baldellou.html
Within the gorge there is virtually no parking. Please be prepared to walk in - it is not that bad, though.
first sector on the left when entering from north
Long/Lat: 0.534978, 41.939441
Sport and Trad
Long/Lat: 0.536175, 41.938990
continuation of Cursetistes 3
The grotte with the refugio.
first sector on the right when entering from north
|4||Cursetistes 1||1.1.4. Alpirando|
|Tutti Frutti||1.1.4. Alpirando|
|Ceremony||2||1.1.3. La Boa|
|?||Mazopower||1.1.3. La Boa|
|Cursetistes 2||1.1.4. Alpirando|
|Cursetistes 3||1.1.4. Alpirando|