Do you like boulders in natural rock?
Gran Canaria is a bouldering paradise, with areas that extend throughout the whole island, some famous worldwide for videos posted on different internet sites by famous climbers in areas like Tunte or Mogán. The valley of Mogán has more than 400 Boulder problems in a ravine located on the south-west side of the island.
ENJOY A GOOD BOULDERING DAY WITH A LOCAL GUIDE THAT KNOWS ALL THE CORNERS AND THE BEST BOULDERS.
Do you want to try rock climbing?
We bring you closer to rock climbing and take you to the best climbing areas in the island, where you will be able to enjoy this experience with our local guide.
You will visit wonderful places in the island and experience different rocks and levels of difficulty, always supervised by our guide who will give you all the necessary instructions in order to live an incredible experience in Gran Canaria.
If you are looking to climb and learn new skills, a personal instructor might be the best option for you in order to spend a fun and productive climbing day.
We design activities adapted to your personal level and needs and train you on important aspects of climbing such as: climbing lead, techniques to improve your climbing performance, information about equipment, climbing material, place gears, build anchors etc…
You will enjoy the best climbing routes in the island of Gran Canaria, including distinctive places like La Candelilla, La Sorrueda or Fataga,
located in the central-southern part of the island.
Are you on holiday in Gran Canaria and you didn’t bring your climbing equipment?
Do you want to spend a day of rock climbing during your vacation and try the Canarian basalt?
Do you want to make that winter trip to the island to discover the best climbing areas but you haven´t got a partner?
We can help you.
We provide you with all the necessary materials and take you to the best corners and routes on the island.
The island has more than 10 different climbing spots that you will be very impressed by.
Do not hesitate any longer and discover the Canary Islands.
Multi – Pitch Climbing
Climbing in Ayacata
.Ayacata is the multi -pitch climbing paradise of the Canary Islands. It has more than 200 routes of all levels, lines from 50 to 200 meters and is formed of a very peculiar type of rock. It is located in a magical setting in the central area, surrounded by rock.
Climbing the Roque Nublo
Do you want to reach the summit of the Roque Nublo?
Three climbing pitches separate the base from the summit with a total height of 70 meters. The views from the top are priceless and will make you revive the great history of its conquest back in the 50’s . Climbing it is an inmense pleasure reserved only for a few people.
Roque Nublo is the most representative rock monument on the island, offering the
possibility of climbing it on any side and through 11 different routes.
Finding yourself at the top will give you an energy that you will never forget.
The top of the Roque Nublo might just be your most important climb!
Have you been thinking about changing from sport climbing to traditional climbing for a while?
This is the best option in order to learn and to open new possibilities for yourself, like climbing on terrains that you had not dared climbing before.
You will work with a personal instructor who will help you learn the necessary skills and identify your specific needs within this complex climbing style.
We teach you how to place , build anchors, belay, discuss safety issues, read topos, rescue in on the wall etc…, all through proper training so that you can get the most out of this experience.
Go ahead and experience
the Ferratas in
the Canary Islands!
A via ferrata is a sporting itinerary that runs through walls or rocky massifs equipped to facilitate progression by using iron steps, ramps, rails, staples, cable and, in general, all types of elements that ensure the safety of adventurers along the route.
Is a Via ferrata suitable for everybody? It depends on what you want. It is an activity halfway between mountain hiking and climbing. It is often practiced by people for whom a simple walk in the mountains is not enough, but who don’t consider themselves sufficiently prepared for climbing.
Nevertheless , it is recommended that those hikers who go on a via ferrata have at least a bit of experience in the mountains.
The routes, marked with pins, chains, staples etc…, often take you to places of great height, so if you suffer from vertigo you might consider different activities that are closer to the ground.