Got the wintertime blues and want to get outside and climb? We have perfect solution!

Join Rockbusters in Spain's Andalusia, the most southerly extreme of the European mainland and home to some of the top winter climbing destinations on the Continent. Climbing here is as rich and varied as the local culture. From athletic overhangs to technical slabs, from tufas to crimps. With average rainfall very low and 5 - 6 hours of sunshine even throughout the winter, this is the place to go for some incredible climbing conditions when the weather is nasty elsewhere.

And there’s more to it. Forget about famous Spanish climbing destinations like Siurana, Margalef or Chulilla that get so much attention of the international climbing community. As well as a huge amount of visitors, unfortunately. Join us for this trip and discover a less known, non-crowded and superb-quality climbing spot you may have never heard of.


We’ll spend our time in Jaen, a Spanish province known as the largest olive oil-producing region of the world. Let us show you why Jaen is well worth visiting for its climbing though it lacks the reputation of the easily accessible areas in the north of the country. This place is much harder to get around without any knowledge of Spanish and thus it gets far less visitors and no crowds at its crags. The great thing is that it has much better rock than a lot of the well-known spots. 

With us, you can enjoy a week or two of great climbing in a breathtaking landscape shaped by mountain ranges surrounding the city of Jaen and the never ending olive groves.

As with all our trips, we welcome all novice and expert climbers excited to climb, and cater our coaching to each client’s individual needs. If you have any questions about your specific skill level, please contact us directly.

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What you need to know

  1. We welcome intermediate to expert climbers with issues to lead. There is not much previous experience required although we recommend you to climb at least indoor regularly.
  2. On the end for this week you will be fed up by climbing but hungry for more in the same time. Of course you can expect cool progress and confidence boost.
  3. This is a climbing trip and our number one goal is to maximize your time spent on the rock.
  4. Worries free climbing vacation. Book your flights and leave rest to us. We sort out all logistics for you.

Typical day

Wake up, have a relaxing breakfast, coffee in local bakery. We will meet up at 10am to discuss the plan for the day so make sure you are ready to go!

8 – 10am

All aboard! We pack into the van and head off to the crag.

Jump on some warm up climbs and start getting your body moving. Look up for some challenges for the day and figure out the beta. Of course there is always time for some cool coaching.

11am - 2pm

Lunchtime! Pull out your packed lunch and relax with great views. This is also a good time to snap some photos.

Back to climbing. Using what you learned in the morning, and our individualized coaching, start nailing the projects down.

2.30 - 7pm
7 - 8pm

Time to relax with a well-earned beer from one of the local climbing bars. We will re-group, discuss the highlights from the day and what the focus will be tomorrow.

Pour yourself some wine/beer and get something to eat. Who knows where the night will lead…


There are no rules but most of us will be in bad this time!

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Upon arrival we will take you to the store to shop for breakfast and lunch food for the week. There is refrigerator in the hostel, and there are shops in Cornudella de Montsant to replenish supplies.

There are plenty restaurants and bars in Cornudella de Montsant to have dinner. Communal dinners can be organized if required.


We provide all the gear, but you will need to bring your own reasonably tight climbing shoes and harness. We have belay devices, slings, and helmets, but you might prefer to bring your own. We strongly suggest bringing a down jacket, a hat, a rain jacket, a pair of comfortable approach shoes, head lamp, sleeping bag, and a backpack big enough for carrying lunch and gear to the crag. 

What’s included

- Individualized coaching
- Climbing safety equipment & gear

- Airport pick up and drop off are organized by shared rental cars FREE of CHARGE
- Transportation between crags FREE of CHARGE
- Accommodation FREE of CHARGE


- Transportation to Spain
- Travel & climbing insurance
- Food & drinks (group dinner can be purchased for €15 per meal)


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