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Col de Ladrones

Huesca, SPAIN

Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 1444m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
A good quality crag with many multi-pitch routes and a good spread of grades. The right hand side of the crag is dominated by technical slab climbing whilst the left is steeper with more features. A plaque at the bottom of the crag denotes the routes and grades. They can also be found at: http://escaladaparatodos.blogspot.com/2010/07/col-de-ladrones-canfranc.html

Climbs at this crag

Sort climbs
 Climb nameGradex
1EsparbelA1  
2Zapata5+  
3Encaloma que Desploma6c+  
4Los Angeles no Tienen Helices6b  
5Cena-Buriles Blancos6c  
6Petriz4+  
7Tragico Final7a  
8La Agonia de6a+  
9Ya te Vale Corbaran6a  
10Buitres5+  
11Betty Suisse6c  
12El Barbas y el Villareto6b  
 Climb nameGradex
13Enanos5+  
14El Moze5+  
15Fisura del Techo5+  
16Rudolf4+  
17Spray6a 2
18Apocalipsis6a 1
19Babylon by Bus6b  
20Suenos de una Mandarina6b  
21Bananas6a  
22Flin5+ 2
23Esteban Fernandez7a  
24Pepon Valenzuela4+  
Access notes
Access to the crag is the main road via Canfranc. Follow the road through Canfranc past the station (well worth a look) towards France. The crag is some 2km North of the village and can easily be spotted from the road with the old fort on the top. Park before the crag and cross the river via a bridge. Follow the well marked path to the base of the crag (15 minutes).

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