Coll Pique Rock Climbing
Routes in Coll Pique
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DescriptionAn excellent and sunny crag just about 10 minutes from the town center. Don't expect to see much in the way of crowds here; and while it's no Siurana, the routes are all very fun and the setting is absolutely beautiful.
There are a little over 40 routes in this sector ranging from 5.7 to 5.12, with the overwhelming majority coming in around 5.10a-5.11a. The routes on the left side tend to be steeper and juggier pure limestone, the middle is perfect slab limestone, and the right end hosts awesome conglomerate bucket pulling. Some of the routes have the name and grade written at the base.
Many of the routes, especially on the left side of the crag, have good trees that provide shady belays.
Lleida Climbs by Pete O'Donovan and Dani Andrada is an excellent resource for this area.
Getting ThereFrom the southern end of Coll De Nargo (while on the C-14), turn north onto L-511 towards Isona. After a few hundred meters of city roads, you will see the Sant Climent church o the left. Turn right here and pass a soccer pitch on the left after turning. The road Y's shortly after; take the left road. At some point it becomes a easy dirt road. Follow this as it wraps around. You will pass right below the crag. Park at a nice pull out at the base of a small free standing pinnacle. Walk back to the crag for a lengthy 30 second approach.
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