A look up... and a vertical wall that challenges us. The Mallos de Riglos are the destination par excellence; but not the only one, because the Pyrenees are waiting to be conquered by climbers.

Adrenaline rushes and unique sensations for this adventure sport. Climbing ensures contact with nature and physical activity; and Huesca is a reference point. The province has several places where you can live magical experiences in adventure tourism. And not only in climbing, but also in the practice of via ferrata, which has greater security measures. Fifty perfectly prepared routes mix horizontal and vertical itineraries that will delight mountaineers.



The small village of Rodellar is the gateway to a new dimension, a true paradise for fans of difficult sport climbing. Countless routes, panoramic views, ravines, nature in its purest form. It is not a place for beginners, but experts will enjoy a magical environment and a unique experience.


An incomparable area that captivates the eye as it appears on the horizon. The curious geological formations of the Mallos de Riglos offer climbers walls up to 300 meters high. It is the Kingdom of the Mallos, with starting point in the village of Riglos and the beginning of the ascent to the sky. .


With the Natural Park of the Sierra and Canyons of Guara as a backdrop, Vadiello becomes a feast for lovers of climbing. The vagaries of nature grant elegant stone agglomerations that challenge climbers to observe the natural environment from unsuspected altitudes. .


The rocks carved by the insistence of the Ésera River star in the Congosto de Olvena, which turns this place into a world of possibilities for climbing. The classic, the technical, on vertical walls or on slabs of more than 90 degrees. Different difficulties for different tastes. .


Between mountaineering and climbing, a new adventure opens before our eyes with the via ferrata. The paths, marked with different elements that ensure an easier reach of a magical goal, are found in very different points of the province of Huesca. From climbing sites (Riglos, Rodellar, Olvena or Vadiello) to the vicinity of towns such as Torla, Broto, Benasque, Nocito, Sesué, Bielsa, Bierge or Biescas, among others.