Rodellar village is situated above the beautiful Muscan gorge in the Sierra de Guara National Park. This limestone gorge is one of Europe’s famous climbing areas and provides many steep routes at F6b and above. The climbing style is powerful and athletic requiring plenty of stamina. There are many 100’s of routes that find their way out of overhanging caves, arches, roofs, tufas and pinnacles. The climbing sectors are split into small areas either side of the gorge, meaning it is possible to climb in the sun or shade depending upon the time of day. All the climbing is reached after a 10 minute walk from Rodellar village. The majority of the routes are single pitch sport routes that vary in length from 15m through to 40m long. There are also some multi-pitch routes further into the gorge though some of these routes require Trad gear and have bird restrictions from 1st December through to 1st June. Fortunately the vast majority of the single pitch routes are not affected by the bird restrictions.