Balearic Islands Guidebooks
This rock climbing guidebook for Mallorca describes a wide selection of the bolted sport routes and the Deep Water Soloing (DWS) to be found on the island of Mallorca. In total 34 separate sports climbing areas are described and nearly 1,500 individual routes are detailed. These routes are spread across the whole of the island with the main concentration in the north and represent a good range of grades from F3 to F9a+. In addition 16 separate Deep Water Soloing (DWS) areas are described and include nearly 400 routes. Published by Rockfax in January 2016, all the routes are shown in full colour photo-topos. More Information
This guidebook describes the limestone rock climbing available on the Island of Ibiza off the coast of Spain. The guidebook details nearly 400 bolted routes, which range from grey limestone slabs, overhangs with jugs & tufas, roofs, multi-pitch routes, short technical single pitch routes and a wide range of grades that will suit climbers of all abilities. All the routes are illustrated on full colour photo-topos with French grades.
Published in February 2009 this guidebook is written in Spanish and English text throughout. More Information
This is the comprehensive guidebook covering the sport climbing found on the Spanish island of Menorca (sometimes known as Minorca), which is the smallest of the Balearic Islands. The guidebook describes 189 routes across 8 limestone crags. These crags are mainly situated on the south coast of the island, many of which are sea cliffs. Publish in June 2014 this guidebook is in Spanish and English text throughout, with all the routes shown on colour photo topos. More Information