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.
> (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:
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.
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