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Summary

Varied sport and trad climbing around the gorge of the Esera river

Description

After the Ésera river leaves the Barasona reservoir, it winds its way through a narrow gorge, where it has excavated multiple massive walls as well as several fin-shaped rock blades. The rock, limestone and conglomerates, varies in quality. You will find short sport climbs, aid, trad routes and even a via ferrata. The quality of the bolts ranges from prehistoric bolted-on chain links to modern bolts. Choose wisely.

some infos (in Spanish): http://www.barrabes.com/actualidad/e_cuadernos/CT_67/flash.html#/25/

http://puebladecastro.blogspot.de/2016/04/escalada-en-el-congosto-de-olvena-la.html

Where to stay

Some houses in Olvena can be rented. There is a (seasonally open) camping ground in the centre of the gorge.

Activity

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