Due to the ongoing spread of Coronavirus, Spain has banned all climbing. Continuing to do so not only puts people at risk, but can also put more strain on emergency workers. Please do not climb here.
Altitude 807m a.s.l
Rapún is the ideal crag for hot days, as the walls only receive the sun early in the morning. The mostly vertical rock is a combination of limestone, sandstone and conglomerate.
The crag has recently been re-bolted and new solid top anchors have been set up.
The routes in the far right have long run-outs.
Rapún is made up of two sectors, which lie either side of the N330. Sector A: Nuevo lies to the west, and is the first ridge of limestone from the main road. Parking is at the foot of the crag. Sector B: Viejo lies to the east of the main road, and requires a 15 min walk from the parking spot. Climbing is banned on both sectors from 1 May - 15 July due to nesting birds.
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