Routes on Albarracin

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We like Albarracin

Perfect rock. Variety of styles and quality. Ultimate guidebook online www.norop.es
Beautiful sandstone area. Incredible scenery and good landings. Love it.
Nice roofs & sandstone! Easy access to sectors and lots of climbing for all grades. If you're looking for a place to stay, the hotels (Hotel el Gallo, Hotel Arabia) offer nice & affordable accommodation in case you don't need anything too fancy and want to for example cook your own food on occasion. I must highlight that these two hotels are available for half the price of the local campsite lodges! A few words about the culture; it's very relaxed & openminded, but be prepared for the following: 1. Almost nobody speaks english, so learning a few words of spanish will get you far 2. If you want to eat vegetables or anything that's not sugarcoated heavily, be prepared to cook your own food 3. almost all restaurants are closed before 8pm. in Albarracin. 4. Remember to drink a lot of WATER. The tap water is not always drinkable, so buy some just in case you don't feel like taking a chance with it. And finally, don't rent a car from Goldcar and you'll be well off! :D

Activities on this crag

Albarracin

Climbing has been limited!

Climbing is not allowed on Sectors Sol and Masia or anywhere within 30 m of the road or rock paintings. At the moment, climbing is FORBIDDEN ALL YEAR AROUND on sectors Madriles/Acantilados, Psykokiller, Peninsula and the bottom part of Valle de Madera. Don't climb when it's getting dark or before sun rise. Don't make tick marks and use only a minimal amount of chalk. Park under the roof on the parking areas. Use only recognized paths. It's just about ok to sleep in vehicles, but don't leave any signs of spending a night in the area. Don't make fires. Keep your dog in the lead. Bury carefully all the human waste and ship out all trash. More information is available in Spanish at escaladasosteniblealbarracin.blogspot.com.

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