Ermita de Betl'lem Rock Climbing
Sector 2 as seen from the Ermita.
Betl'lem is a small crag (60+ routes) that overlooks the entire Bay of Alcudia, from the northeast corner of the island. The two sectors face northwest and can be climbed year round. The rock is a white calcareous limestone that has a large variety of climbing from vertical pocket pulling to a large cave with stalactites and tufas.
Head north out of Arta following the signs to Ermita de Betl'lem. The road is narrow and climbs a small hill, when the sea comes into view look for a dirt pullout on the right. Park here and cross the road to a dirt track blocked by rocks. Follow this track for about 10 minutes and the crag will come into view.
Climbing Season For the Mallorca area.
Weather station 16.2 miles from here
12 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Ermita de Betl'lem
Teletubi 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a Europe
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This climbs up the clean white wall to a round hole where the anchors are. For most, the main crux will be relatively low with some balancey moves. The middle brings some thin cracks, and towards the top is another crux, which may be more stamina than technical, before grabbing onto a great flake-jug....[more] Browse More Classics in International
The amazing view from the crag.
Sectors 1 and 2 as seen from the trail. Sector 1 i...