Gerakios at sunset

List of Crags

Country: Spain
Region Crag Overview Rock Type Altitude Number of routes Range of Routes Faces Name
Spain - Balaguer Ager - camp 300

An excellent crag of high quality rock in a beautiful location. Ager camp 300 has many slab type routes, that sometimes overhang. Bolting is excellent and the routes are up to 30m in length.

Limestone 1250m 60 6b - 8b South Spain - Balaguer
Spain - Balaguer Santa Linya - Futbolin

Futbolin is the unlucky little brother of the Cova Grana. Anywhere else it would be heralded as a great crag, here it is overshadowed by its more famous sibling.

Limestone 500m 25 6b - 7b South West Spain - Balaguer
Spain - Balaguer Cubells

A nice looking crag, situated at the top of a hill, the routes at Cubells are up to 30m in length and one of the few cliffs in the Balaguera area that give (relatively) low grade as well as mid gra

Limestone 600m 70 5b to 7a South East Spain - Balaguer
Spain - Costa Blanca Acantilado de Bixauca

A pleasant cliff set amongst olive, almond and cherry trees, the crag of Bixauca offers something at most grades, usually on good, incut and rough holds.

Limestone 700m 30 5a - 8a South Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Costa Blanca Pego

A pleasant crag that is difficult to find, just outside the village of Pego.

Limestone 200m 25 5a - 7c South Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Costa Blanca Sella - Hidden Valley, Wild Side

One of the best crags in the area, if you climb 7b and above. Long, steep routes up to 40m in length.

Limestone 700m 50 7a - 8c North Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Costa Blanca Pena Roja

Pena Roja is an easily accessible and pleasant crag of red limestone just two kilometres from the village of Jalon in the hills above Calpe.

Limestone 350m 50 6a - 8a South East Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Costa Blanca Gandia

An excellent sport climbing crag with routes up to 30m long on steep, solid and sometimes polished limestone.

Limestone 200m 100 Mostly 6a to 7c South Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Costa Blanca Font d'Axia

A small crag with a handful of easy routes in a  nice setting in the hills behind Jalon. It gets the sun in the afternoon and is sheltered from the wind.

Limestone 300m 20 Mostly grade 4 and 5 West Spain - Costa Blanca
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Criminal Tango

Steep climbing with a few excellent tufa climbs in the mid grades. Getting polished

Limestone 750m 10 6b - 7b East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Bisagra

An excellent cliff with a handful of steep wall climbs on good rock. Gets the sun after about 2pm.

Limestone 800m 10 6c - 7c West Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Piton d'o Cuervo

The impressive pinnacle between Temps des Nuits and Pince sans Rire has some excellent short routes on it's left hand side, and longer, harder ones up it's front face.

Limestone 800m 15 6a - 7c East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - La Surgencia

La Surgencia is an impressive cliff at the end of the Rodellar valley, where the Rio Mascun is met by the Barranco del Andrebod. It is a crag of two halves.

Limestone 800m 20 7a - 8c North East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Pince sans rire

A lovely crag with some shaded warm ups for the morning, and sustained test pieces for the afternoon when the sun has slowly moved off the right hand face.

Limestone 800m 30 6b - 8c All Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Culo inquieto

A small cave with a few short steep routes that has the advantage of shade in the afternoon and being very close to a lovely bathing pool and beach that gets the sun in the afternoon.

Limestone 800m 5 7a+ - 7c+ East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Aquest any si

Located just round the corner from the 6s of Criminal Tango, Aquest any si picks up where that crag left off, with a bunch of fine grade 7s.

Limestone 800m 15 6b - 8c North East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Las Ventanas and El Delfin

El Delfin is a hole in a huge limestone wall that when viewed from the North looks uncannily like a dolphin.

Limestone 800m 50 6a - 8c All Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - El camino

A useful crag to avoid the sun in the morning and develop your technique on steep, crimpy, polished, well bolted limestone.

Limestone 800m 30 6a - 7b West Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Gran Boveda and La Nuit des Temps

Gran Boveda is one of the premier crags in Rodellar with numerous steep and long routes from 7b upwards, and very easy access.

Limestone 80m 60 6b - 8c East Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Furia Latina

A small crag next to the river that stays in the shade and is useful as a warm up for harder things, or as challenging routes in their own right

Limestone 800m 10 6a - 7b North Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - Café solo

A short steep crag that has the advantage of being easily accessible from the village, faces north and is next to a beautiful meadow with a nice swimming pool in the river.

Limestone 800m 15 7b-8c North Spain - Rodellar
Spain - Rodellar Rodellar - La Fuente

The sister crag to Furia Latina has some of the easiest routes in Rodellar, and they face North, so remain cool in the summer.

Limestone 800m 20 5a - 6b North Spain - Rodellar
Country: Switzerland
Region Crag Overview Rock Type Altitude Number of routes Range of Routes Faces Name
Switzerland - Basler Jura Tannenfluh main crag

Tannenfluh consists of two distinct parts. A crag on the hillside and a crag dug into the hillside. The first has a few separate buttresses with some nice mid grade routes.

Limestone 650m 40 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Flüh

Elsässerwand at the left hand side of Hofstettenchöpfli is a pleasant crag with lots of wall climbing in the 5b to 6c range. It gets the sun in the afternoon, and dries quickly after rain.

Limestone 350m 30 Mostly 6a to 6c South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Rappenfels

An excellent crag with about 50 routes, mostly in the 7a to 7c range. Stays dry in the rain. Well equipped, occasionally fragile rock, helmets recommended at the foot of the crag.

Limestone 400m 50 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Tüfleten Left

Tüfleten is a relatively large, varied crag with routes to suit most tastes.

Limestone 500m 30 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Tüfleten Right

Tüfleten is an excellent crag with something to suit most tastes. The right hand side has lots of test pieces from 7a to 9a.

Limestone 500m 30 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Gempen Sandührliwand

A very sunny crag that dries quickly and can sometimes be too hot even in the coldest months! Excellent wall climbing often on pockets, well bolted.

Limestone 750m 100 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Chalengraben

Chalengraben is a beautiful gorge tucked away in the hillside above Hofstetten. It has a few short and difficult routes that can be really pleasant in the spring, summer and autumn.

Limestone 600m 20 6b to 8a All Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Ingelstein

Ingelstein must rank as one of the most attractive looking, and least visited crags in the Basler Jura.

Limestone 550m 20 4c to 7b South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Falkenspitz

The left hand side of Falkenfluh has many excellent mid grade routes climbing to the top of the Falkenspitz and Amboss pinnacles.

Limestone 600m 30 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Twelve

The crag nearest to the Flakenfluh staircase contain many excellent routes and is justifiably popular.

Limestone 600m 30 West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Lange Wand

Lange Wand is the continuous stretch of crag on the right hand side of Falkenfluh, just after the Holzer recess and its fine arete "Holzerkante".

Limestone 600m 40 West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Piazza Grande

Some easy slabs, some desparate walls and one of the best routes in the area. Piazza Grande lives up to it's name as one long layback, although maybe it is better to jam it in places.

Limestone 600m 30 North West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Höhle Gasse

Höhle Gasse is the narrow lane between the crag and the 4m high boulder lying next to it. 

Limestone 650m 30 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Walfisch

The continuation of Falkenfluh past Höhle Gasse, is again steep and hard.

Limestone 650m 30 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Hofstettenchöpfli - Right

The right hand side of Hofstettenchöpfli is approached from Hofstetten.

Limestone 400m South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Redelsflue

A series of detached pinnacles with good quality rock and some fine routes above Roschenz.

Limestone 600m 20 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Falkenfluh - Quellenchopf

The first crag you reach as you descend the steps is above a spring that leads into the river Birs.

Limestone 600m 5 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Gempen Gempenpfeiler

A nice selection of climbs in this middle section of Gempen, mostly on steep walls with a few aretes and slabs thrown in.

Limestone 739m 40 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Get Wet Canyon

On hot summer days after a long dry period, Get Wet Canyon is an ideal place to escape the heat.

Limestone 600m 30 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Gempen Ziegenrücken

Ziegenrücken is the first slab you reach after descending the steep stepped gully. The climbs are popular, perhaps partly due to the easier routes, and obvious warm up potential.

Limestone 750m 30 All Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Chuenisberg Ravage

The sector Ravage is steep and has a long history. It was once home to the hardest route in the world. Ravage is a route that has now been on sighted by Adam Ondra.

Limestone 600m 20 North Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Chuenisberg Premiere

Premiere is the far left hand side of Chuenisberg. Often neglected it has a few excellent routes.

Limestone 600m 25 North Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Gempen Ost

The easiest sector at Gempen with many short, safe routes in the lower grades. Perfect for beginners, and the routes on Block wall are well worth the visit in their own right.

Limestone 750m 40 South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Chuenisberg

Seldom busy, Chuenisberg is a peaceful place, set in a beautiful wood of beech trees.

Limestone 100 6a - 9a North Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Chuenisberg H-Man

A compact sector with two distinct buttresses. The left hand side has some hard slabs and steep pocketed walls.

Limestone 600m 20 North Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Hofstettenchöpfli - Middle

The middle section of the Chöpfli is seldom visited, but has some worthwhile buttresses. Chrüz is the most Northerly and nearest to Flüh. Because of rare nesting birds, climbing is not allowed.

Limestone 500m 20 South West Switzerland - Basler Jura
Switzerland - Basler Jura Pelzli Lower

The lower section of Pelzli is just a few minutes walk from the road and consists of the spectacular Daumenfels, and two smaller buttresses, Le Doigt and Mättelifels.

Limestone 600m 50 5c - 8a South Switzerland - Basler Jura
Country: France
Region Crag Overview Rock Type Altitude Number of routes Range of Routes Faces Name
Switzerland - Basler Jura Grotte des Nains

Situated deep in the forest, this small gorge with its quaint little cave has a handful of steep and difficult climbs up to 30m in length.

Limestone 350m 20 North East Switzerland - Basler Jura