Multi-pitch climbing in Mallorca

Sa Gubia (250 m.) – Bunyola

classic climbing sport climbing
  • Albaida (200 m., 5)
  • Supernova, Spits n´Giggles (180 m., 6a),
  • Sol Solet (220 m. 6b+)
  • Princesa (250 m., 6c),
  • Ley del deseo (190 m., 6a) 

Agulla de Bóquer (70 m., 5+) – Pollença

Castell d’Alaró (150 m.) – Alaró

classic climbing traditional climbing
  • Sa Torre (110 m., 5)

Entreforc – Torrent de Pareis (300 m.) – Escorca

classic climbing sport climbing
  • Normal (300 m., 6a+)
  • Rectal (300 m., 6b)
  • Sagitari (300 m., 6c+)
  • Ses bòvedes, (300 m., 6c)
  • Suissos (300 m., 7b)

classic climbing sport climbing
  • Paredón – Common, (300 m.,  6b)
  • Agulla d’es Frare for collectors of 54 miles from Mallorca, who are not climbers. Request information.

Choose your route and contact Món d’Aventura,
TOGETHER WE GO UP FOR SURE!

In Mallorca there are countless climbing sectors. If the climbing route you want to climb is not on our list, don’t hesitate to request it, we will do our best to fulfill your dreams!

If you want to venture out to climb a long route in Mallorca, at Món d’Aventura we offer you mountain and climbing guides, who are well versed in the most beautiful routes and for all levels. Don’t worry if it’s your first time climbing big walls. If you have previously climbed in sport climbing routes, with rope in climbing walls or have taken the three-day climbing course with Món d’Aventura, it’s enough to enter this fascinating world of the long route.

In Mallorca there are routes for all levels and tastes. With a minimum grade of 4+ you can climb walls with our team of climbing guides up to 250 meters high and on routes of more than 450 meters long. If you are a strong climber, we will find the best climbing route to challenge everyone’s personal limits.

During the climb, you will be able to learn the proper techniques to climb a climbing route over 70 meters high and the guide will teach you the climbing, progression and belaying techniques based on the knowledge of each participant.

All proposals are subject to current environmental regulations at the time.