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Introductory climbing course in Seville. 1 day
49 € / pax
The activity is paid in advance by bank transfer. to make a reservation click here.
The price does not include transportation. If you do not have your own vehicle or you would like to share costs, it is necessary to pay the organization 15 € extra per person for the round trip from the center of Seville.
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We leave Seville by car on Saturday at 9:00 AM from the main gate of the bullring of "La Maestranza". If you prefer, we can meet straight in the parking next to the climbing area of Cerro del Hierro, belonging to San Nicolas del Puerto (Sevilla). If you want to download driving directions, click here. The return to Seville is about 21:00.
We will get to the climbing crag of "Cerro del Hierro" about 10:45 AM. We will begin the day following a nice path with a beautiful panoramic view of the area.
Every participant will climb two not difficult routes for beginners (grade IV) between 7 and 14 meters high. Then we will make an interesting trekking inside the Cerro del Hierro, through hundreds of towers of rock, tunnels, caves and corridors. A true labyrinth! Which requires some easy climbs up and down and a rappel.
If you wish, we can finish the day having some tapas in the village, with all the flavor of the Sierra. We return to Seville about 21:00.
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In order to perform the course of rock climbing with us you must be between 14 and 60 years old and weigh between 40 kg (90 lbs) and 100 kg (220 lbs).
Rock climbing is not recommended for people suffering from asthma, epilepsy, cardio/respiratory disorder, hypertension, or skeletal, joint or ligament problems or conditions. Women who are pregnant or suspect they are pregnant, and people who have consumed alcohol, must not engage in rock climbing.
Harness, quickdraws, climbing shoes, chalk bag, GRIGRI and some other belay devices, helmet and rope. All the gear has UIAA and CE approval.
Guides with international experience over 15 years in the practice of climbing.
Liability and accident insurance (Hübener with Policy No. CLWACC-TA-1001-09-00442), according to Regional Decree 20/2002, of Active Tourism.
Preferably light mountaineering boots, or walking boots.
Warm clothes for cold (10 ° C or less in tunnels and caves) and heat (35 ° C or more in areas outside).
Light backpack (about 30 liters).
1.5 liters bottle of water per person.
Food for the day.
We wish you an exciting and safe climbing day!