The Bruixes Wall is the premier wall in the Terradets Gorge. It is a South facing, slightly overhanging, 30 meter wall with about 50 routes between 10c and 14d- most falling between 12d and 13c. The style is largely tufa climbing with the occasional pocket, edge, or jug. Although you can climb there year round, the best seasons are Spring, Fall and Winter.
Park at the dam on the South end of the reservoir. Climb up a short cliff using rebar rungs and hike up and to the right until you hit the wall.
Weather station 28.9 miles from here
10 Total Routes
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Madroņo 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c Europe
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Madroņo is the first route you'll encounter from the approach to Les Bruixes. Rated 6b+, it's the first of five "shorty" routes that are likely overlooked and not even considered the warm-ups for the wall. Nonetheless, it's an entertaining route offering a decent pump, at least for this mediocre American climber. Start up the gigantic flake, under-clinging your way up to the first bolt. Move left to a faint pillar and a reachy second clip. A sequential move into the featured holds below the thi...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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The start of the approach.
At the base of the Bruixes Wall.