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Paret de les Gralles

  • Grade context: FR
  • Ascents: 1
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6a+

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Description

Large cliff with mainly completely traditional and semi-equiped routes.

Approach

You can drive a 4x4 to the eremita/chapel on top of the hill and beyond. Follow a small trail with stone markers to the cliff edge untill you find a big pile of rocks that indicates an anchor. Three rappels (40m, 40m, 20m) will bring you to the foot of the cliff. Alternately, find a small trail from the parking near Marcant Estil and walk up (about 1h?).

Ethic inherited from Camarasa

There's a community of climbers who've invested many years in bolting, rebolting and maintaining the rock around Camarasa. At the bar, ask for Luichy, Marmolejo, Pete O’Donovan, Albert Cortés or Roger to get into contact with the local climbers if you're looking to (re)bolt.

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2 6a
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4 6a+
5 5

Semi-equiped trad route. The anchors all have at least 1 parabolt.

Set: c. García & Jordi Marmolejo

FA: 1994

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Author(s): Pete O'Donovan and Dani Andrada

Date: 2019

ISBN: 9780956700650

A selective guidebook describing the sport climbing in the province of Lleida to the west of Barcelona and stretching into the Pyrenees, covering 22 different areas and almost 3,900 routes from F3 to F9. The 22 areas covered are Camarasa, St Llorenc de Montgai, Cubells, Alos de Balaguer, La Pauta, Santa Ana, Os de Balaguer, Tartareu, Santa Linya, Ager, Terradets, Vilanova de Meia, Abella de la Conca, Collegats, Oliana, Coll de Nargo, Perles, Canelles, Figols, Tres Ponts, Cavallers, and La Cova de Juncosa.

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