Altitude 374m a.s.l
Tomas Mrazek on ,,La esencia de resistencia'' 8c+ © Szymon Dziukiewicz
Les Bruixes - One of the finest hard sport crags in the world, Bruixes boasts a stunning collection of stamina routes and is a very popular venue - it can get crowded when conditions are good. Many of the routes are becoming polished.
Paret De Les Bagasses - The big gray slab with long multi pitch sports routes on the left as you come up the valley, with some good short climbs of 1 & 2 pitchs to the left. though the slabby nature of the rock feel verical when you're on it with some bulges to overcome at times. mainly equiped with new bolts.
Regina - Steep Tufa climbing so will suffer from seepage after prolonged rain. Very few climbs below 7c. North-facing.
Roca Regina - 500m cliff with lots of long routes, usually made up of aid and free. Some trad and some fully bolted.
Les Bruixes Approach - From the south, turn right off the C-13 onto the old road immediately before the first tunnel in the Terradets Gorge. Cross the dam to limited parking on the left for half-a-dozen cars. If this is full there are a few places on the other side of the dam if you park with consideration. From the north, cross the bridge across the reservoir 0.5km south of Cellers, turn right and go through the tunnels to the same parking by the dam. Once you've parked, locate a short ladder at the east end of the dam, and follow a trail to the left end of the crag.
Regina Approach - Park as for the Les Bruixes but lower down before it hits the main road again. Cross road and take obvious walking trail which starts under the railway bridge. After 17 mins the trail forks and double backs left (yellow markers still) At the scree (1 min further) slog steeply uphill for 10 mins via some occasional rope hand-rails to the foot of the crag.
Roca Regina Approach - Walk along the torrent del bosc but on the opposite side of the river to the 'signposted' walk. 15 mins to the centre of roca regina.
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