Spain·June - August
MULTI-PITCH CLIMBING TRIP IN SPAIN
Join us on a multi-pitch climbing trip through the mountains of Valle de Tena in Spain alongside a Certified IFMGA Alpine Guide!VIEW DATES
Great course through the mountains of Valle de Tena. Thanks to the proximity of different high mountain refuges, it will allow us to lighten our backpack as much as possible by making responsible use of waste, meals and overnight stays are reserved so that we do not have to transport anything other than climbing equipment. Activity for lovers of great mountains and classic climbing routes to reach their peaks!
Alfredo Garcia is our certified mountain guide! He is born in Monovar Alicante. Due to family hobbies, I have always been linked to the mountains, and the great walls that can be seen throughout the Levante caught my eye. At the age of 7, a family vacation to the Pyrenees left a mark on him for the rest of his childhood. After practising different sports at the age of 16, his love of Rock Climbing became a priority, and since then, it has been a part of him. If you like climbing and the mountains, one of the best options will be to have his services, he transmits his passion for Climbing in a very personal way! Let's climb mountains!!!
Meet your local guide Alfredo at the accommodation before 6 pm.
After a good dinner, you will review the programme and read the details about the climb.
Be ready for the next day! The adventure begin!
On top of the Garmo Negro!
Today you will climbing a classic route to reach the top of Garmo Negro 3061mt, one of the best known mountains in the Tena Valley. 600 mt descent, grade: V.
You will host by the Bachimaña refuge for the night!
Climbing in Bachimaña
Bachimaña climbing, excellent quality rock, wonderful views.
We return to the refuge to pick up our things, and move to the Respomuso refuge, 4h of trekking. There we will spend the night.
We will climb one of the highest mountains in the entire valley: El Balaïtous 3145 metres.
After a long day of climbing, head down to the hut for some relaxation.
Climb in El palas!
We move on to El palas to climb one of the most beautiful routes in the area! We will reach the summit of this imposing mountain, and then descend to the town of Sallent to spend the night in a hotel.
Last day, how sad! After a hearty breakfast with the group, we will drive you back to the city or to the airport. This is not a farewell, but only a goodbye and see you soon!
The programme is very flexible to take into account weather conditions, activities level and endurance of the group.
Casa de Piedra Refuge - 1st Night
This refuge is located in the Panticosa Spa, occupying one of the buildings that make up the historical complex of the Spa, in an enclave where nature plays a special role.
Bachimaña Refuge - 2nd Night
Guarded high mountain hut open all year round. It is located at an altitude of 2,200 m and has an impressive terrace.
Respomuso Refuge - 3rd / 4th Nights
The Refugio de Respomuso (Respomuso mountain ht) is located on the banks of the tarn bearing the same name, in the Piedrafita cirque and on the skirts of mount Balaitus, the westernmost three-thousand in the Pyrenees. This cirque's special high mountain features, with its jagged peaks, crests and glaciers, make it a famous spot for all mountain sports in the Pyrenees. It was built in 1993.
Hotel Casa Morlans - 5th Night
Hotel Casa Morlans is located just 300 metres from Panticosa ski resort, in the heart of the Aragonese Pyrenees.
Our rooms at Casa Morlans have a private bathroom with a hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
A certified climbing guide
Transfer during activity
Transfer from the activity to the airport or city on departure day
All breakfast, picnic for lunch and dinners
What's Not Included
Transfer to the meeting point on the first day
Everything not specified in the paragraph “What is included in the trip price"
Please DO NOT book your flights until this trip is confirmed. Most of our trips require a minimum number of participants to run. Wait for the status of the trip to be confirmed and for more information go to the "How it works" section
The level participants must be in intermediate climbing, know the techniques and manoeuvres necessary for climbing, be in physical shape to carry out climbing activities and walk the mountain an average of 8 hours per day.