PAS DE LA MALA DONA


A fine 'pseudo-sea cliff' in a most unusual setting. The base of the main crag is the roof of a tunnel built to protect the railway from falling rocks (and falling climbers perhaps?). The flat gravel base is a great spot for belaying, though care is required as the edge shelves away and it is a long drop to the rocks and the sea. Also access is a little tricky and exposed on one short stretch so this is not an ideal venue for children or the timid.

Routes

Graded List of Routes
List of First Ascents
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Buttress (click for routes) No. of Routes Route Type Sunshine
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Pas de la Mala Dona Routes
A fine 'pseudo-sea cliff' in a most unusual setting. The base of the main crag is the roof of a...
42
Sport
Lots of sun!
Downhill

20 mins

sheltered
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