Segaria

Climbs 77 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 50m a.s.l – Faces S

Crag features
Superb large 4KM long South Face with all the routes so far. Up to 150mts trad routes and a small underdeveloped sport crag at the right hand end. Some good sporting caves mixed amongst the crags too. The North face will offer the same potential when it gets too warm for the south face.

The trad routes are much better than the sport routes the best possibilities of which have not been developed yet. The trad routes are generally easy on the first pitch and the rock and quality tend to improve with height, usually finishing in a fine position. Protection is often hard to come by as the rock is so solid there are few cracks. Descent is best by abseil but a walk off is possible.

A new area, The Barranco Butresses is a series of mostly easy graded trad routes on a series of lower buttresses with a short mostly flat walk in.

Access notes
None known but some longish walks in for Spain (30 mins), The Barranco Buttresses are about a 10 minute walk, and the Transmitter Slabs about 5 mins. All areas are in a beautiful location.

Guidebooks

Out of print: Costa Blanca (2005)

Climbs at this crag

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41Exclusion ZoneVS 4c
42Tap & SpileS 4b
43Cheese HeadsVS 4c *
44Puppet HouseHS 4b *
45Puppet DreamsS 4b
46Scraping the BarrelHVD
47The DregsVD
48LizardS 4a *
49Snakes and LaddersHVD 3c *
50Lovely Mita MaidVD 3b
51Soft and WarmHS 4b *
52A Plethora of JugsVD
53Born in a BarnVD
54Chloe's DenVD
55CarolS 4a
56Ava AdorableS **
57Sutty's Birthday ClimbVD *
 EL TROZO GRIS 
59El Perro NegroVD
60El AncianoS 4a *
61KIKOD *
62DiosaD *
63Mujer PerfectaD
64Dama De La LamparaD
65Dama De OcioD
 ROADSIDE BOULDER 
67Central Wall *V3 ***
68Nicks Arete *V6
69Undercutter *V2
70Harrys Arete *V1 **
71Pocket Eliminate *V2
72Al's Crack *V1 *
73Pi *V1 *
74Freda *V0 *
75Freddy *V0+ *
76Cava Route *VB
77Descent route *VB *
78Pocket Wall 2 *VB **
79Knights Move *V4 **
80Girdle traverse *VB ***
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Truly dreadful!
cem - 02/Jan/13
This should really be called Segaria roadside crag (Denia)
Al Evans - 28/Jun/12