This is for indoor climbers & climbers still new to climbing on real rock. The aim is to provide a perfect transition from indoor to outdoor climbing and will provide participants with the skills necessary to climb outdoors in a safe and enjoyable manner.
All technical equipment (please bring your own rock shoes);
Instruction / guiding for 4 full days;
Max ratio: 1:4
Transfers from / to Alicante airport;
Self catering accommodation in the mountain village of Llosa de Camacho - see below for more details;
Depending on group preferences, we can also include an 'adventure' day. This could be a ridge traverse, canyon descent, or sea cliff climb.
Arrive Alicante airport afternoon / evening of 29th October - transfer to Llosa de Camacho.
Sunday - Friday: 5 days of rock climbing on a variety of crags, many of which are very close by.
Depart Saturdayday morning and transfer to Alicante airport.
Please note: other dates are available, please enquire
A traditional Spanish townhouse that has recently been fully refurbished to a high standard.
5 double / twin bedrooms
Living area with open fire
Well equipped kitchen
Courtyard with outside seating
Large upstairs terrace with great views
Hot & cold air conditioning
2 minutes walk away there's a lovely little tapas bar serving great food & drink
L'Ocaive crag is less than 2 miles away
Mountain walks from the house
Excellent road cycling / mountain biking
From the roof terrace we look out onto L'Ocaive, our local crag and it's full of fine routes throughout the grade range. Within 10 minutes easy drive are a handful of great sport climbing venues, including the gem of Alcalali.
For those seeking more adventure from their climbing, Segaria is only a few minutes drive away too. This has a brilliant ridge scramble (see Rockfax Costa Blanca ridges) as well as multi pitch trad routes on the southern flanks.
We also offer: Multipitch traditional and sport climbing; Via ferrata; Canyoning; and Guided walking
Always enthusiastic to share knowledge about the area with guests, so whatever type of crag you're looking for it's likely we'll have plenty suggestions. We know of a fair few hidden gems too.