Climbs 11
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 66m a.s.l
Faces NW

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Bern new routing, Majorca. © Bern

Crag features

Sa Calobra is a beautiful spot that can get very busy, which means your climbing activity can become the centre of attention every now and then. The climbing is found at the mouth of the 'Torrent-De-Pareis' which in the winter months, after heavy rain, can be a fast-flowing river. Normally though the river is dry and the mouth of the Gorge is just a dry pebble beach that slopes sharply into the sea.

The climbing is currently limited but there may be many more possibilities out there. A boat is recommended, as some of the routes are difficult to pull onto from the sea. If you decide to visit 'Tufa Land' take a backup flotation device, because if your boat bursts you're going to have a long swim back. The climbs never exceed 12m.

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Spain : Mallorca

The main guidebook to the climbing on the island for the last 20 years has been published by Rockfax and this new 2016 edition adds to this legacy with another blockbusting volume for the sun-seeking climber. The sport climbing is being written by Alan James and Mark Glaister, and the deep water soloing section is being written by Daimon Beail.
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