AVENTADOR


Aventador consists of a long wall of well-pocketed compact rock, with some good slabby face climbing and the odd steeper route. The crag is situated in a splendid, sunny position and the river below provides a delightful swimming spot. The lines are all pretty parallel, hence you can get the done one done ‘em all feeling with some of the routes, however if you dot about the crag a bit there is plenty to keep you interested for a few visits. On certain sections the various routes tend to get a bit mixed up with each other since there aren't many features and there are lots of bolts. It isn't uncommon to find yourself straying onto another route while climbing upwards in a straight line. It is worth noting that the rock is very sharp and can take its toll on your finger tips especially if you try and cram a lot of routes into the day. This historic crag was one of the first places in Spain to be developed for sport climbing in the early 1980s. This was principally the work of Salvador Guerola and Emilio Perales and their friends.

Routes

71 sport routes (4c...7c+)
Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
or shade
Approach walk Other
Sector Alto Bronx
At the left-hand end of the crag is a prominent steep cave. The first routes are located to the...
11
Sport
Lots of sun!
Uphill

10 mins

Sector Caruso
To the right of the cave is a tall smooth wall which should be the show-piece of the cliff. Sadly...
16
Sport
Sun and shade
Up and down

0 mins

Sector Mili
The crag now turns slabby and the routes become less impressive, although there are some worthwhile...
18
Sport
Lots of sun!
Uphill

12 mins

Sector Navarro
The right-hand end of the crag has some great steep slab climbs in the easier grades. Not...
26
Sport
Lots of sun!
Uphill

13 mins

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