Wake up to the sounds of the local farm, have a relaxing breakfast, do some stretching or yoga, and maybe grab a refreshing dip in the campground’s pool. We will meet up at 10am to discuss the plan for the day so make sure you are ready to go!8 – 10 am
All aboard! We pack into the van and head off to the crag. In Mallorca the coastal caves need some time in the sun to dry out, so leaving at this time helps to ensure better friction on the climbs.
Jump on some warm up climbs and start getting your body moving. On the first day you’ll learn how to fall safely into the water and what overhanging techniques you’ll need to succeed at DWS.11am - 2pm
Lunchtime! Pull out your packed lunch and relax in the shade under aromatic pine trees with stunning views of the sea. 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 projecting harder climbs. Depending on your success, you might be spending some time swimming in the sea!2.30 - 6 pm
Time to relax with a well-earned beer from one of the local beach bars. We will re-group, discuss the highlights from the day and what the focus will be tomorrow.
Take in the Mallorcan countryside or grab a quick nap on the way back to camp.7 pm
Pour yourself some Spanish wine and enjoy a Spanish-inspired meal prepared by a professional chef (optional €15). Every meal includes an entree, salad, wine and dessert as well as a big helping of epic story swapping and fun. Who knows where the night will lead… Mañana más y mejor.
There is a basic shared accommodation organized by Rockbusters (15€ - 25€ a night). Our main goal is to integrate you into the local climbing communities and for these purposes we use local climbing hostels, cottages, campsites or places run by local climbers. Feel free to reach out to adjust these settings to your personal satisfaction.
Bunk rooms at a campground with hot showers, wifi, and swimming pool for sunny morning dips. Hipocampo, Mallorca WWW.CLUBHIPOCAMPO.ES
Upon arrival before you get to the place of your final destination you will need to stop in the store to shop for breakfast and lunch food for the week. Usually there is equiped kitchen with refrigerator in the place and close by shops to replenish supplies.
There are plenty restaurants and bars in to have dinner. Communal dinners can be organized if required. We may also decide to plan a night out at a restaurant in one of the many nearby towns.
More info will be provided after booking/inquiring!
We provide all the gear, but you will need to bring your own climbing shoes and harness. We have belay devices, slings, and helmets, but you might prefer to bring your own. While deep water soloing your shoes will get wet, so we recommend bringing two pairs. We strongly suggest bringing a down jacket, a hat, a rain jacket, a pair of comfortable approach shoes, 2 bathing suits or quick-drying clothing, towel, head lamp, sleeping bag, and a backpack big enough for carrying lunch and gear to the crag.
- 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
- Accommmodation (basic shared accommodation will be organized, 15€ - 25€ a night)
- Transportation to Spain
- Travel & climbing insurance
- Food & drinks (group dinner can be purchased for €15 per meal)