Orihuela

To the north of the old town of Orihuela and its smaller satellite of Callosa de Segura is a series of rugged red hills that, despite initial appearances to the contrary, contain much good climbing. The main area of interest is the classic multi-pitch offerings on the Pared Negra. The area is close enough to the Alicante/Benidorm area to be a reasonable objective for a day's visit, and although the cliffs have been climbed on here by the locals for over 40 years, visitors have always been rare. The esoteric local guide (Senderismo y Escalada por la Vega Baja del Segura) covers many more climbs in this intriguing area.


Order Climb Buttress Stars Grade
1
Momiot llevanti El Diedro 2 5a
2
El Diedro El Diedro 2 5c
3
Espero Manolo Jaen El Diedro 1 6a+
4
Maraton El Diedro 2 5c
1
El Negro Sector Hoyo 1 6b+
2
Hoyo Sector Hoyo 2 6b+
3
Heaven and Hell Sector Hoyo 1 6a
4
Juan Iborra Sector Hoyo 5c
1
Vía Nuria Pared Negra 1 6a+
2
Espolón de la Pared Negra Pared Negra 2 5a
3
Santa Faz Pared Negra 1 6b+
4
Padre Bueno Pared Negra 1 6a+
5
Misa tridente Pared Negra 1 6a
6
Ejercito Azul Pared Negra 1 5c
7
Padre Santo Pared Negra 2 5c
8
Derecha del Espolón Pared Negra 3 5a
9
Variante Pomares-Quiles Pared Negra 2 6a+
10
Sombra Lunar Pared Negra 2 6a
11
Gallego-Carlos Pared Negra 1 5c
12
Somnis Pared Negra 7b
13
Directisima Pared Negra 2 6a
14
Teo Pared Negra 2 6a
15
Efecto 2000 Pared Negra 1 5c

Copyright © Rockfax

Home - Privacy Policy - Terms and Conditions