/ Climbing around Ronda (Andalucia)

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RyanA 15 Aug 2019

Hello fellow pebble wrestlers!

I am heading to Ronda in a couple of weeks with some friends, who don't climb. My first look at some pictures of the area, I thought how great it looks for some climbing.

Obviously being alone in my fascination of gripping some grit, It would be great to find a local guide.

If anyone has any knowledge of guides in the area I could contact, that would be great. I haven't been able to find any yet.

Cheers!

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Mark Eddy 15 Aug 2019
RyanA 15 Aug 2019
In reply to Mark Eddy:

Brilliant, thanks

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Martyn Nicholson 16 Aug 2019
In reply to RyanA:

Hi. I climb regularly in this area and when I don’t have a partner I climb with local guide David Munilla . All round good guy, local climbing guru , guide book writer and English speaker.  dmrd@cop.es

. I recommend him if available. Mention my name.

it will be very hot at the moment so you will need an early start and a north facing crag ( Benaocaz has some sectors like this and is a nice spot)

saludos

Martyn

www.casadelimon.co.uk

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Rakim 16 Aug 2019
In reply to Martyn Nicholson:

"Escalar En Cadiz" and "Andalucia" guide books by  david Munilla were really good for when i was staying and climbing in the area. 

a personal favourite for me is Grazalema. it was the highlight of a climbing trip and a non climbing trip. 

the climbing is shaded and with a large cross section of grades. had a lot of fun on the easy and hard. 

non climbing, the town is really pretty and the hill walking behind the town and up the hills are stunning 

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Debbibee 17 Aug 2019
In reply to RyanA:

There is also a via feratta in the canyon beneath the main road. Not brilliant but will pass a couple of hours on. 

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