The approach road. It leads to a small building an...
The Bombó Suis wall is the southern-most wall (furthest downhill) at Tartareu. Consequently it has the shortest approach at Tartareu.
The left end of the wall is a decent-sized cave offering a number of steep, difficult routes. Flanking the cave, on either side, is moderate climbing. The rock tends to be chunky down low and gets better (and sharper) higher up. Many of the chunky portions of the routes have holds that have been reinforced with concrete. Sadly, the use of concrete didn't stop at reinforcement and a few routes have manufactured holds made of the same concrete. Nonetheless, the climbing is generally quite enjoyable, well-protected and not crowded.
This wall, and four others at Tartareu, are covered in the excellent Lleida Climbs guide book
Drive up the dirt road as described in the Tartareu main section. After less than half a kilometer, park on the side of the road between electrical towers 3 and 5. Look for a chained-off paved road on your left--that's the approach road. Walk the road for a couple hundred yards to a small building. Uphill from this building is the cave at the left end of Bombó Suis. Route names are generally painted on the rock at the base of each route so getting orientated is easy. Approach time is about five minutes.
Climbing Season For the Spain area.
Weather station 21.7 miles from here
6 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',4],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
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To the right of the cave is this decent warm-up route offering steepish big-hold climbing down low to some thinner climbing near the anchor. Trend up and left on chunky rock to a small ledge at the top of the chunky rock but below the quality limestone above. Crimp on smaller, yet-positive holds on vertical rock to the anchor....[more] Browse More Classics in International
The cave at Bombó Suis wall.