Chulilla Sports Climbing Holiday

Chulilla Sports Climbing Holiday
Chulilla is a small but important sports climbing area in the Valencia region of Spain, it is an increasingly popular area to head on holiday. It’s main appeal is soft grade and a who host of 7th grade climbing. However, Chulilla is also a beautiful place to climb with some really spectacular routes in the 6th grade as well.

Having climbed here last year we feel that for certain clients then Chulilla will be a fantastic opportunity for them to have a Sports Climbing Holiday aimed at getting them to redpoint their first 7th grade routes. With this in mind, we really do recommend that people looking at this particular holiday are climbing at least 6b sport. This is because without climbing at this level the climbing will just be too hard.

The result is this really is a holiday for those wishing to focus on performance. With it comes some of the best opportunities for our coaches to help you reach your true potential by helping you warm up and focus on redpoint routes at your limit.

If this is not your idea of fun then we can recommend any of our other Spanish Sport climbing holidays like Madrid, Chodes and Calcena, Picos Du Europa and of course the ever popular Costa Blanca.

This course is based on staying in the Refugio Altico, which sits on the rim of the canyon looking over the most popular climbing areas and is self-catering.

So if you want some personalised coaching to help you climb into the 7th grade then we recommend this sport climbing holiday to Chililla.

 

Prior Experience: Leading Sport 6b to 6c minimum
Duration: 7 Day
Cost: £800
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Course Start Dates:
February 16, 2019
  • NB: We can arrange course dates to meet your requirements.

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    Photos from Previous Courses

    A climber reaches the thank god jugs at the end of the crux sequence of Meshach's final pitch. A beautifully positioned rock climb on the inappropriately named Grim Wall.

    A climber reaches the thank god jugs at the end of the crux sequence of Meshach's final pitch. A beautifully positioned rock climb on the inappropriately named Grim Wall.

    The amazing slab of Baggy Point on a wild day.

    The amazing slab of Baggy Point on a wild day.

    Despite its name Placa Mania, is pretty steep, puppy and sustained but a fine 6a.

    Despite its name Placa Mania, is pretty steep, puppy and sustained but a fine 6a.

    Simon Lake starting up the classic Dorys route Knowing Her E2.

    Simon Lake starting up the classic Dorys route Knowing Her E2.

    Jack Geldard wrestles with the incredible Drowning Man on the Rainbow Wall area of the Dinorwic slate quarries.

    Jack Geldard wrestles with the incredible Drowning Man on the Rainbow Wall area of the Dinorwic slate quarries.

    Matt leading out across North West Passage, Castel Helen, South Stack, Gogarth

    Matt leading out across North West Passage, Castel Helen, South Stack, Gogarth

    An unknown climber working Dale caña al mono, 7b at aventador

    An unknown climber working Dale caña al mono, 7b at aventador