Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Don't Climb on the Costa Blanca!

We don´t really mean don´t climb, so what are we talking about?

The Costa Blanca offers so much more than just rock climbing so why not take a look at the alternatives. In a new series of Mini Guides published by The Orange House, almost a whole months worth of days are described. The first one covers the Via Ferratas.

The first is called, "Via Ferratas of the Costa Blanca", which details the three main and very popular routes of El Ponoch, El Cid and Castello de Salvatierra.

Alternative finishes, offer great days of mountaineering, with scrambling and walking to rival anything found in the UK.

The beauty of these Via Ferratas are that they enable none climbers to experience the multi-pitch environment, with very little specialist skills.

Kenetic Impact Shock Absorbers (KISA) is essential equipment for these routes and are available to hire from The Orange House, along with helmets if needed. We can even offer guides or tuition for those who require it.
Anyone who would like a guide sent over to them to print out please send us an email

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