/ NEW ARTICLE - Costa Blanca Bouldering

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JoH - Editor - on 09 Apr 2007
Think of Costa Blanca and to most, it will conjure images of crag after impressive limestone crag, safe bolted routes and a large quantity of unclimbed cliffs. Simon Jacques jettisons his rope, straps a mat to his back and explores some of the smaller rocks on the sunny white coast.


Read more: http://www.ukclimbing.com/articles/page.php?id=393

Tom Phillips - on 09 Apr 2007
In reply to JoH - Editor:

is there a topo yet for Olta bouldering?
Michael Ryan - on 09 Apr 2007
In reply to Tom Phillips:

There is Tom. Simon sent one. I'll have to digitise it and get up with the article.

Mick
Tufas Mum - on 09 Apr 2007
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:

We give it out to guests that are staying here.

Sam Orange
Simon - on 09 Apr 2007
In reply to Tom Phillips:
> (In reply to JoH - Editor)
>
> is there a topo yet for Olta bouldering?

Hi Tom,

Yes there is - I did an overall map and a 2 topo's on the 2 boulders that were opened that I sent in,

Hopefully Mick will have them up soon for your trip (thanx Mick) - happy bouldering!

Cheers

Si
Anonymous on 09 Apr 2007 - 82-38-168-13.cable.ubr01.shef.blueyonder.co.uk
In reply to JoH - Editor:

A great advert for the orange house and very little pictures of quality bouldering

My parents live near this area and I've been to these areas. Please don't go all the way to Spain for this its rubbish. Take a rope!
BelleVedere on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to JoH - Editor:

The fomatting is a bit funny round one of the pictures - the words overlap it making them unreadable.
Tufas Mum - on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to Anonymous:

Its not rubbish and Simon is not suggesting you donīt take a rope its just a change from the climbing and great if you are here alone or with the family and kids etc..

Sam
Simon - on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to Anonymous:
> (In reply to JoH - Editor)
>
> A great advert for the orange house and very little pictures of quality bouldering
>
> My parents live near this area and I've been to these areas. Please don't go all the way to Spain for this its rubbish. Take a rope!



Guess you didn't see this bit?


"Best interspersed with the routes"





Lots of people have asked for areas to go bouldering on a rest day or when its too warm etc

Something that Adrian and ourselves have been helping peeps with for a few years:

http://www.geocities.com/costablancaclimbing/theclimbing.html

- the coast at Denia is a lovely chill out beach - where you can choose to climb or swim or just laze eat drink and be chilled...

Same with Montessa - lots of great sport routes ( as the article pertains to ) - and a boulder if you want above the groves next to the castle -

Supply & Demand - not an advert - just hopefully an article to help those who want to boulder in between clipping or without partners!!

And when Mick gets the Topo's up - hopefully you will all go & enjoy!!

Cheers

Si
Michael Ryan - on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to Simon:
> (In reply to Anonymous)
> And when Mick gets the Topo's up - hopefully you will all go & enjoy!!

Si send me a jpg or gif rather than embedded in an MS Word file.
Simon - on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to Mick Ryan - UKClimbing.com:


Hi Mick sorted it - send me your e-mail addy and will be able to send the topo's!

Cheers

Si
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Timmd on 11 Apr 2007
In reply to JoH - Editor:

http://www.seat61.com/

http://www.flyless.info/

Here's a couple of websites for people who might want to go but maybe don't want to fly because of global warming,seat61 was the best one last time i had a look,they list things like cargo ferries and where they go to,and ferry and train companies.

Cheers
Tim

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