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Sa Gubia

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Summary

Large crag with diverse climbing. Sport and (at least one) trad, single and multi-pitch, shade and sun.

Description

Essentially the entrance into a gorge, Sa Gubia boast high walls, an airy ridge, pumping overhangs and some minor buttresses. Easy routes can also be found; the real hard-mover may be a bit bored.

Access issues inherited from Serra de Tramuntana

Since 2013 a permit is necessary for access to the nature protection zone of Sierra de Tramuntana. More information at https://www.caib.es/sites/espaisnaturalsprotegits/es/como_solicitar_una_autorizacion-22089/ and since 5/2020, only the online application is possible, not any more the email-based. If you can provide more details about the online process, please edit this text.

Before 5/2020, you could apply by sending the following two signed documents plus a copy of your ID document (driving licence or passport) to the email autoritzacions@dgmambie.caib.es

For climbing area put 'Serra de Tramuntana' and for dates put the duration of your stay.

Approach

(39.695538, 2.687861)

(39.693541, 2.673580)

Take Ma-11 from Palma towards Sóller. Use the car park immediately after the turnoff to Bunyola. Walk into the narrow road heading West opposite the turnoff (driving is possible, but parking problematic, so leave the car at the main road to avoid trobling the locals). Follow the track for ~800 m until it turns into a path at crossing a (dry) riverbed (39.688836, 2.679273). Walk up this riverbed for 400 m till the entrance of the gorge.

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Bomberos sector
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Princesa sector
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Excalibur sector
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22m
Silicona sector
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25m

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Author(s): Alan James, Mark Glaister and Daimon Beail

Date: 2016

ISBN: 9781873341186

A selective guidebook describing a wide selection of sport routes and the Deep Water Soloing (DWS) on the island of Mallorca. It covers nearly 1,500 sport routes from F3 to F9a+, and nearly 400 deep water soling routes.

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