BETA PHOTO: Not very crowded
Aruba is a small island (75 square miles), located ~20 miles off the northern coast of Venezuala in the Carribean Sea. It is one the Netherland Antilles, and is subject to the rule of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
The most common mode of trasnportation is by air. A valid US Passport is required. Details on how to obtain a passport can be found here.
For specific State Department information on travel to Aruba, visit this page
Weather station 0.6 miles from here
48 Total Routes
['4 Stars',5],['3 Stars',9],['2 Stars',9],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',1]
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From: Morrison, CO
Jan 28, 2010
If you've been to Aruba and would like to spice up this page, please PM me & I will re-assign the page to you.
By Todd Savoy
Feb 22, 2010
Howdy, I'm heading down there in about a month and hopefully we will have a lot of pictures and descriptions to share!
By Shane Bates
From: Pequannock, New Jersey
Jul 14, 2014
have climbed aruba for the past two years. Its great climbing, some easy vertical routes on the left side and some steep routes through the overhang. I don't know how great the bolts are being that its so close to the ocean but i have used them and most of them look solid. you can toprope most climbs here with a long cordelette or a small bit of static rope. I hear the climbs were established using a car on top the cliff for a toprope anchor. Feel free to PM me for more information. Ill be down there July 25- august 8th this year, if you plan to be there get in touch lets climb.