Escalar, September/October 2006
Pablo Martín “Palan”
Twenty years of sport climbing in Cuenca.
by Silvia García
He calls himself an impulsive climber, a climber guided by positive vibrations, a climber that appreciates his liberty and integrity more than economical profits.
by Florent Wolff
Free climbing Salto Ángel
Salto Ángel is a 900-meter wall “hidden” in the middle of Venezuelan jungle discovered by an aviator Jimmy Ángel.
by Toni Arnonés
La Cueva de Santa Linya (The Santa Linia Cave) is the recent rock discovery of Spain that is considered one of the most hard core rock climbing places of all the Peninsula.
by Víctor Fernández
Petzl Roc Trip Millau
El Roc Trip de Petzl is an annual international meeting of sport climbers, both amateurs and professionals. This year it took place in Millau, France and hosted many climbing stars.
by Israel Macià
Diccionario Friqui – Part I: Terms and Concepts
Dictionary of climbing jargon.
by Tino Núñez
Alòs de Balaguer
The locals climbed the last unclimbed sectors of Alòs de Balaguer, a rocky corner at Segre river.
by Albert Cortés