By Daimon Beail
Mallorca is part of the Spanish Island chain known as the Balearics, which is in the Mediterranean. As well as being a hot tourist spot in the summer months it is also home to a wealth of climbing, most specifically, deep water soloing. The DWS climbing in Mallorca is first class - stunning limestone cliffs covered in pockets, jugs, crimps and tufas, catering for many styles. The many routes available go from as small as five metres to as big as twenty and grades range from 4+ to 8a, most of which carry the S0 tag. There is little or no tide in the Med, something that can become a pain in places like the UK, so the only things to look out for are: rough sea conditions and the possibility of strong currents.
What is Psicobloc?
Psicobloc is the native Mallorcan climber's term for deep water soloing.
Psico = Psycho
Bloc = Bouldering
Psicobloc should be used as the official name for deep water soloing in Mallorca.
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Featuring: Porto Cristo, Cala Marcal, Cala Sa Nau, Santanyi, Soller, Sa Calobra.
Also Contains info on:
Cala Mitjana, Cala Barques (formally known as Cala Varquer)
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