/ Costa Blanca new routes
Morro Falquí is not officially banned, but people living in the urbanization like a lot the birds and call the police when there are people climbing (in the upper rotes, not in Sonjenika). At the moment haven't had problems.
The main banned areas are signed with pannels and banned by a legal authority.
Have a good climb.
It's maybe the best winter sector in whole Costa Blanca if you're into 7a-7c, long routes (35-40m), light but sustained overhangs, nice rock for the fingers. Microclimate, rarely windy, sunny until 5pm.
Does anyone have a link to topos or any info on the new sector(s) at Pena Roja (Lliber)? Thanks
Don't have a topo, although I think there is one around somewhere.
The first 3 (going l-r) I think are 6b+ / 7b+ / 8 a
After a short gap there's another 6b+ or thereabouts. Well bolted and very sharp.
Maybe just me - I'm sure I saw it recently - but I can't seem to find the topos/approaches for Morro Falqui. Was it in a RF Miniguide that isn't now available? Or an Orange House topo guide, maybe?
Its in the rock fax app but used to be mini guide I think.
Thanks. My phone and OS are too old, apparently, but Clare just bought the crag for 99p
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