Altitude 492m a.s.l
Cellecs is a bit of a novelty comprising of a series of small granite buttresses scattered around the edge of a wooded hillside. None of the cliffs are especially spectacular and the routes vary from mild and slabby on the Placa Cellecs through to steep and more taxing over much of the other cliffs.
The location is superb with fine views to the south and east - hard to imagine Spain's second city lurks just over the horizon to the south - and most will enjoy the peaceful tranquil atmosphere. A good crag for a quiet day.
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