Lecrin valley

Scrambling in the Sierra Nevada

 

Scramble , Sierra nevada Scrambles


SCRAMBLING is ideal for those who want a bit more exitement from their day in the mountains. The area offers some of the best scrambling routes in Andalucia.

The high ridges of the Sierra Nevada become available during the summer months. Year round srambles are available on the limestone of the Sierra de Huetor or the Lecrin Valley. All the scrambles offer a chance to get hands on rock and reach some of the most spectacular summits in the area.

The multi grade routes cover all styles of scramble from open faces to narrow ridges and we also have our very own ''Tower Ridge '' the Tazuelo del Cartugo high in the Sierra Nevada.

 

Scrambling in the Sierra Nevada

A days scrambling can often be used to break up a walking week as the pace of the day tends to be slower never the less clients should have reasonable fitness and a good head for heights.

Scrambles range from easy grade 1 routes, easier simple routes with little exposure through to grade 3 ridges with some technical difficulty, high exposure and difficult to escape. Where needed we offer scrambleing instruction and training on simpler routes before moving on to the more difficult ones.

Guide fees for a days scambling are 120E pp based on two clients.

Sierra Nevada scrambling

 

 


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martin@thelifeofriley.eu.com

(0034)696 354 824

Address: Aptd 88, Lanjaron
18420 Granada, Spain


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Martin Riley who runs The Life of Riley is a qualified International Mountain Leader (IML) and the first British guide to become a member of the Spanish Mountain Guides Associacion. Martin holds public liability insurance with Axa Winterthur.

Martin has long experience of working and playing in the hills and mountains. Walking and climbing in the UK and Europe for over 30 years and having lived and worked in Lanjaron since 2005 he has an extensive knowledge of the region’s mountains and wildlife. Prior to living in Spain he managed a Countryside Ranger service and an activity centre in the north of England.