The area has a rich heritage in rock climbing. It is less well known than many of the more famous spanish climbing destinations. Nevertheless, it has quiet challenging rock for all abilities. We have also discovered some interesting scrambling terrain untouched by anybody but ourselves. We are currently developing the via ferrata opportunities in the area. Our scrambles in Mallorca annual trip is one of the highlights of our year.
Rock climbing for the beginner or intermediate climber on some of Andalucia's quiet and remote crags. More info about Granada rock...... "I just wanted to say thanks for making our trip to Spain such an enjoyable one. I'm sure it isn't always easy dealing with a sucession of new clients but you all made us feel like individuals rather than just the 'next group'. In particular the teaching was spot on both in terms of content and pace. Please pass on my thanks to all." Tom Margrain, South Wales Mountaineering Club
Mallorca is relatively unknown as a walking destination and you meet few fellow walkers
on some of our walks and scrambles, compared to the crowded hills of the Lake District and
North Wales. With over a dozen hills reaching 1000m heights and two over 1300m
the NW area of the island from Puerto Pollensa to Soller provides great opportunities
for ramblers, hillwalkers and scramblers.
If your interest is in scrambling, rather than hill walking, then we believe that Mallorca has the potential to rival the Isle of Skye, without the midges, mist and rain of course!