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Second 8c!! - Andrea Cartas

Second 8c!! - Andrea Cartas
February 18, 2013 -  Andrea Cartas

Was so nice... the wind was cold, temperature was perfect, the sun coming down...and I flew on this route, like warming up...so easy...I love this feeling!! I've fallen in the last crux many times, six times exactly, but this time, my mind was relaxed and I did the crux like floating... Few minutes after, Adam Ondra sends his proyect, La Dura Dura, so easy too. Nice job Dud!! We were having dinner in a Restaurant in Oliana, with a lot of wine and good friends. Great week after this, sending very fast nice routes like...

Enjoying Oliana - Andrea Cartas

Enjoying Oliana - Andrea Cartas
January 06, 2013 -  Andrea Cartas

After a couple of weeks climbing in Oliana, my project is almost finished, I have fallen in the last bolt already three times!! But now I have found the correct method and wait anxious to return to do it!! I have been trying the route "Fish Eye,8c" and from the beginning it seemed to me to be easy for my style. Motivated by Daila to prove it, I have found this magnifac line of 50 meters of continuity and in every attempt I have improved very much!! It is very motivating to climb together with the best...

Change of Plans - Ben Spannuth

Change of Plans - Ben Spannuth
April 11, 2012 - 

The last few days I’ve been back in good ole Galt, CA to do some family stuff. Kinda bummed to have left  a sweet travel setup in Spain and numerous projects early but it’s nice to be back in Galt for a bit as well. In order of do-ability, from a few more tries to probably never, here are the top few things I and would like to return to in Spain:

Harder than the Bread on a Bocadillo! - Ben Spannuth

Harder than the Bread on a Bocadillo! - Ben Spannuth
March 21, 2012 - 

For the last few years, since seeing photos of Humildes pa Casa and a clip of Chris on Pachamama, Oliana has been at the top of my climbing areas to visit.  With long, distinct lines and amazing movement it’d be hard to find a route on the wall that isn’t worth traveling the world to climb.

Bragging Rights - Colette McInerney

Bragging Rights - Colette McInerney
February 27, 2012 - 

I may have been subjected to rendezvous with the overly rock climbing inclined for a number of years now, but I still manage to be impressed with the level climbing is at today after days like yesterday. A crag like Oliana in Spain isn’t for your beginner or even intermediate climber. The grandiose blue and tan tufa streaked wall homes a hand full of warm-ups (11d and up), and gives your 12+/13- climber a few classic and stunning lines. Beyond these routes the grades jump drastically into the 13+ to hard 5.14 range, in which there are a disproportionate...

 
 
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