Turisme Vall d'Àger

Climbing and via ferrata

For those who like to climb steep paths, here is a selection of climbing routes and via ferrata, both for those just starting out and for those who like a challenge.
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We will walk along a path open to the rock in 1982, it is possible to see more than one hawk and other scavenger birds.

Difficulty: Low

Equipped path that allows us easy access to the Colomera Cave from the Mont-rebei Gorge.

Difficulty: Low

It is an old road used by the inhabitants of Montfalcó to work in the coal mines of Corçà. It was equipped to make an entertaining equipped circular road.

Difficulty: Medium

It is a unique and extraordinary route that conquers the great wall of Aragon in the Mont-rebei Gorge. Wild and demanding for physically, technically and mentally prepared people.

Difficulty: Very high

An ideal route to get started and enjoy the views offered by the Canelles reservoir, it is a route suitable for children.
Difficulty: Low

It is the perfect excuse to visit the hermitage of Mare de Déu of la Pertusa. It can be done as a continuation of the Teletubbies route.
Difficulty: Low

Sporty, aerial and vertical. It has equipment that makes it very demanding.

Difficulty: High

During the route there is an iron beam that is crossed making balances, in addition to having several aerial sections that will force to climb to those that cross it.

Difficulty: High


A wild and lonely route located in a long ravine in the Montsec.

Difficulty: High

It is considered one of the most complicated routes in Spain, and the most complicated in Catalonia.

Difficulty: Very high

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