Best classic climbs in Riglos

Los Mallos de Riglos are spectacular geological formations which have become a very well known climbing destination. Steep pumpy routes on large jugs predominate on some of the best multi-pitch rock climbing in Spain.

Carved by erosion in an impossible balance, the 300-meter vertical conglomerate walls perch above the tiny houses of Riglos, a small village of Huesca. Welcome to the kingdom of bolos and panzas, jugs and bulges that form a very particular and deservedly world-famous type of climbing.

Sitting on top of La Visera’s El Trono or El Puro are a must, from where one feels deep respect and admiration for those pioneers from the 50s and 60s, who conquered these towers with nothing but courage and imagination, relying upon gear that now is inimaginable.

Let us know about your climbing experience and expectations on this trip and our climbing guides will pick up the best guided activity for you, teaching you the right skills and tips to fully enjoy this trip and live an unforgettable experience.

  • 1 person: from 250€ depending on the route.
  • 2 people: from 150€ each – depending on the route.
  • English speaking AEGM Certified Rock Climbing Guide.
  • Guiding fee.
  • Liability and accident insurance.
  • All climbing gear needed (ropes, harnesses, helmets, PAS, climbing rack, belay devices…).
  • Transportation. Let us know if you need help arrange transportation to/from Madrid!
  • Drinks and meals.
  • Accommodation.
  • Guide’s half board accommodation and expenses at the hut, if needed.
  • Climbing shoes. While we highly recommend to bring your own shoes, we do have rental climbing shoes. Please ask for available sizes.
  • Personal equipment.
  • Anything not listed in the “Includes” section.
  • 2 participants per guide.


  • Meeting point at Refugio de Riglos.
  • Hike up to the base of the route (1 to 2 hours).
  • Rock climbing activity (4 to 7 hours).
  • Hike back to Riglos (10 to 45min).
  • 1 full day.
  • Longer trips available at request.
  • Activities on consecutive days get a 10% discount.
  • Galletas, El Firé, 270 m, 6b.
  • Normal Route, El Puro, 180 m, 6b.
  • Murciana, El Pisón, 260 m, 6c.
  • Serón-Millán, El Pisón, 315 m, 6b.
  • Adamello Buttress, Macizo del Pisón, 200 m, 6a.
  • Mosquitos, La Visera, 250 m, 6b.
  • Anorexia, Mallo Colorado, 130m V+
  • Sendero Límite, Peña Rueba, 375m, V+
  • Good physical condition.
  • Previous climbing experience.
  • Medium to high, depending on the chosen route.
  • Technical clothing for the time of year (warm clothes, windbreaker, waterproofs, etc.). It is always good to have a light layer (or multiple layers), even in the summer.
  • Comfortable clothing (loose and not bulky).
  • Backpack (approx. 20-25 litres).
  • Approach or hiking shoes.
  • Water bottle (at least 1 litre).
  • Snacks (bars, packed meals, some fruit).
  • Sun protection (sunglasses, sunscreen, lip balm, cap or hat).
  • Headtorch and batteries.
  • Camera or phone.
  • Trekking poles (recommended for long approaches).






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