Easy to access and varied, the limestone climbing of L'Argenteria gets morning sun and afternoon shade in the spring, summer and fall. I'd guess it's shaded all day on the winter thanks to its location deep in the gorge. The area gets its name from the super cool and featured rock formation across the river from the climbing.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for L'Argenteria:
7é Cel 5.10b Sport, 100 feet
Raiverd 5.11a Sport, 100 feet
Sellui 5.11c/d Sport, 105 feet
Featured Route For L'Argenteria
Sellui 5.11c/d International : Spain : ... : L'Argenteria
On the left side of the wall is a big, obvious hole/cave. Sellui climbs up to and through this gaper with some wild stemming and tufa pinching. Start up a few harder-than-they-look slabby moves to the right of a couple of right-facing corners and a small roof. Continue up past a small bush to the base of the hole. Stem your way up using cool tufas on the right to steep moves out of the hole to steep, juggy climbing above. ...[more] Browse More Classics in International