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Forronias

Huesca, SPAIN

Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 1499m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
Forronias is the largest crag in the Panticosa area and guidebook. There are some fantastic lines on predominantly technical slabs though there is the occasional overhang. There are many multi pitch climbs of which Capricornio is the classic. The multi pitch lines are somewhat sparsely bolted in places so a good lead head is required.

Access notes
The crag can easily be accessed from either Panticosa or Banos. The crag is halfway between the two villages and can easily be seen from the road.

Guidebooks
Roca España: Pyrenees & Aragón (2012), Panticosa (2006), Rock Climbs in the Pyrenees (1990)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGradex
 SECTOR A  
2Aries7a+ ** 
3Cancer6b ***2
 SECTOR B  
5Al trullo que es lo tuyo6a **2
6Solo para yayos5c 2
7Dedo muerto6b *3
8Project 17a+ **3
9Slab & flake6a **2
10Camino en el nada6a+ **3
11Nais ti tain - tiempo de te6b **2
12Espolon Cascorro6a+ **2
13Vainilla5a 1
14Oreja de oso3+ ***1
15Edelweiss4a 2
16Mano blanca6a ***1
17Geminis5c ***3
18Mano sangrante6a+ ** 
19Espolon Zeus6b+ *** 
 SECTOR C  
 Climb nameGradex
21Leo5c  
22Esmeralda5a  
23Los chicos estan de vuelta6a+ * 
24Frio, frio, sudor6a **1
25CapricornioD+ ***3
26Mano negra6a *2
27Obsesiones consumadas6a 3
28Cris6c+  
29Electricos7c  
 SECTOR D  
31Kikarron7b ** 
32Escorpio6b ***2
33VirgoA2 **1
34Sordo y CiegoED1 **1
35Libra6a ***4
36Poli-Maeso6b **4
37Piscis6b+ *3
 SECTOR E  
39Tauro5a ** 
40Acuario5a  
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