We left Liverpool very early on Friday morning and arrived in Spain around mid-morning. After a guided tour of Sella by our helpful landlady Angela, we settled into our accommodation “The Casa Blava’. After a brew and a spot of lunch we set off for an afternoons climbing just up the road at the well-known crags of Sella….
Richard, Keith & Paul looking keen at the bottom of Sella
The three stooges (again) this time at the bottom of Toix
The Toix bolt fund has obviously run out - seems anything that can be stuck in will do
No Sterling adventure would be complete without the mandatory cakes; we found these on the way back from Toix…..
.... and yes, they tasted even better than they look.
Richard & Paul in Sella village square - shame about the carrier bag; spot the Brit...!
Sherpa Keith (aka 'Rope Boy') and before you ask he denies ever knowing Dennis Gray; as for the red pants!!)
.... just call me Heston.....
Richard climbing the first pitch of 'Tupungato' at Sax
Pete on the top pitch of 'Super Directa' - looks like he's standing on the bolt but he's not really...!
Back at Sella - Sax was very cold but a last route at Sella was no problem despite the distance back; 160 kph in a 1.1ltr Ford Fiesta, it is a hire car after all....
Series - Costa Blanca '10
- The Costa Baltic…….
- Birthday Blog from the Costa Baltic……
- Our Final 2 days in the Costa Baltic…….