Climbing:Portugal

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Book Contents[edit]

This book will focus on the climbing locations in Portugal for sports climbing, boulder and traditional climbing, and the routes in those locations.

General Information[edit]

  • Climb with a party of experienced mountaineers
  • Use of the helmet is recommended in any climbing school combined with the common sense of the sport practice in question
  • Take the garbage to places where it can be collected.
  • If there are some irregularity with the equipment, passage or other please contact the local tourism office or climbing association

Emergency Contacts[edit]

  • Emergency number: 112
  • SOS Forest: 112

Do not[edit]

  • Do not climb in no-go areas: local fauna thanks you!
    • Some sectors may be interdict during nesting periods, please consult local information about the open sectors
  • Do not make fire
  • Do not leave you garbage
  • Do not camp in the area

Ethics in Portugal[edit]

Follow the ethics of climbing, most of them are common in every country.

  • Always use two quick-draws at the anchors on the top of the route if you are top-roping, it is viewed as a bad practice to use the installed equipment directly as it can get worn down with use.

Contents[edit]

North Region[edit]

Sport Traditional Boulder Name Region

Center Region[edit]

Sport Traditional Boulder Name Region
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Crista do Zebro Oleiros
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Montejunto Montejunto
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Azóia Sesimbra
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Sesimbra Sesimbra

South Region[edit]

Sport Traditional Boulder Name Region
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Rocha da Pena Algarve