Rodellar - El camino

A useful crag to avoid the sun in the morning and develop your technique on steep, crimpy, polished, well bolted limestone. El camino is an excellent crag although over the years some of the routes have probably got harder. Despite this there are still some fine lines, and perhaps the largest concentration of grade 6a to 6c routes in Rodellar, even if they feel more like 7a. The ease of access makes it good for those who have limited time.

Spain - Rodellar
Rock Type
Number of routes
Range of Routes
6a - 7b
Climbing Area

Sport and bolted routes

Topo Ref Route Sport Grade Length Quality Description Tick
01 Qué majete 5b 10m
02 unknown 6b+ 10m
03 Zwo 6c 10m
04 Bugs Bunny 6a+ 12m
05 Felipe el Hermoso 6c 12m
06 Futuras promesas 6c 13m

Steep fingery climbing between good holds

07 Mais tortura 7a+ 13m
08 Ven abente 6c+ 14m
09 Yo qué me sé 6b 14m
10 Para mis amigos 6a+ 14m
11 Sonnisa vertical 6b 15m

The wall to the obvious flake is tricky, then pumpy on good holds 

12 Vlur 6c 15m

A tricky start leads to steeper climbing on big holds with long reaches

13 La larva 7a 15m
14 Los loros 6c 15m
15 Vidal 6c 15m
16 Bonny 6b+ 15m

Bonny and Clyde share the same start, just right of the tree

17 Clyde 6b 15m
18 God Txingu good 6b+

Another steep wall

19 Tarzanin de Muniellos 7a+ 16m
20 El pupas 7b 18m
21 Lo tienes claro 7b 20m
22 Conejo caliente 7a+ 25m
23 Toma castanoza 7a+ 20m
24 Jauria de perros 7b+ 20m
25 Billy el rapido 7a 20m
26 Orgasmica 7a+ 20m
27 El pisaciclico 7b 25m
28 Estampida 7b 25m
29 Donde esta Wally? 6c+ 20m
30 La tenada 6c+ 20m
31 Knuff 6b 20m
32 Espartanas 6c 20m