Spain, Portugal, Italy (non-Alpine), Greece, these would all qualify. The bad news is i’ve not been to many of them but following the pattern from above, hopefully this will continue to change. In the meantime, hopefully the places that are listed will keep you entertained. Once again, if you know of any others, please feel free to e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Albarracin, Spain. Rating: 3. One of the best in Europe, possibly in the world, worth a visit from anyone claiming to like ascending small rocks. Or medium sized ones for that matter. Technically a mountainous area and with more potential than an 18-year old Adam Ondra, Albarracin will only get better and better. Go there.