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. The left hand side has some hard, steep tufas, the middle some long middle grade classics (80m rope required), and the right hand side steep, sustained routes.

Spain - Costa Blanca
Rock Type
Number of routes
Range of Routes
5a - 8a
Climbing Area

Sport and bolted routes

Topo Ref Route Sport Grade Length Quality Description Tick
17 Route 17 7b+ 25m

Reached by climbing the fixed cable

18 Route 18 7a+ 25m
19 Route 19 7a 25m
20 Route 20 7a 25m
21 Route 21 6a 18m
22 Route 22 5b 15m

5c if climbed from the right

23 Route 23 6a+ 40m

Hardest at the top

24 Route 24 5c 30m

Grade not confirmed

24e Route 24 extension 6a+ 40m

step left from the 1st lower off and climb to the lower off of route 23

25 Route 25 6a+ 30m
25e Route 25 extension 6b 40m
26 Route 26 5c 30m
26e Route 26 extension 6b+ 40m
27 Route 27 5c 30m
31 Unknown 6a+ 35m

Climb a vegetated groove past two bolts, then easier at 6a

33 Unknown 6b+ 30m **

Climb the steep technical rib to reach a rest point. Easier but still steep and sustained climbing leads to the lower off

34 Unknown 7b 30m **

A steep technical and fingery start leads to the easier upper wall

35 Unknown 7a+ 30m **

Steep and technical

36 Unknown 6c+ 30m ***

The obvious crack is steep and sustained