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Miranda de Can Jorba
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Miranda de Can Jorba Rock Climbing 

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Elevation: 1,967'
Location: 41.5907, 1.8018 View Map  Incorrect?
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Submitted By: Anthony Baraff on Jun 12, 2013
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Certain parts of this canyon are closed for Falcon nesting during the winter months. Please check the sign near the parking area for details.


Miranda de Can Jorba is a great destination for long well bolted moderate multipitch routes such as Sol Solet (4c), Bego-Mequel-Kush (4c) and Escabroni Escapullini (5b). It's shaded in the morning but gets full sun in the afternoon. Double ropes or a 70 meter rope along with webbing and rap rings will make descent substantially easier.

Getting There 

From the parking lot, take the climbers trail which starts to the left of the shed/chapel. Follow this for about 5 minutes before taking a trail slightly left to follow along the cliff face with many single pitch sport routes. After a cave section the trail moves away from the rock face again before arriving at a dry creek bed. Scramble up this creak bed for 100 meters or so and arrive at the start of the "Joc de l'Oca" via ferrata and a metal sign. Look to your left and find a short trail leading to the rock face with several bolted routes. You are at the base of Miranda de Can Jorba.

Climbing Season

For the Catalonia area.

Weather station 25.5 miles from here

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Featured Route For Miranda de Can Jorba

Sol Solet 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b  Europe : Spain : ... : Miranda de Can Jorba
The bottom 5 pitches of Sol Solet are well protected and have some exceptionally fun climbing at a moderate grade (5.6). The views are spectacular, the exposure is life affirming and the opportunity to cover a vast expanse of vertical ground rapidly makes this route a must do. The downside is that the last two pitches of moderate climbing are unprotected but potentially deadly. It may be possible to move over to the final pitches of Bego-Miguel-Kush in order to arrive at the summit in a less ...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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