The climbing area is near the village of Santa Coloma, in the parish of Andorra la Vella.
It has 72 routes one very long and 8 long roots. Its difficulty is from 5 to 7c (medium-high). The Solà d’Enclar climbing area is the one with the largest number of routes in the country. It is at an altitude of 1,100 metres and faces south east. It offers a total of 4 climbing sectors: Cementiri, Bigabloc, Esfinx and Santa Coloma. The climbing rock is granite and is fitted with screws and chemical anchoring. Climbing can be done here all year round.
The approach is by going down Avinguda de Santa Coloma towards Sant Julià de Lòria until Santa Coloma cemetery (carrer Mossèn Lluís Pujol), where we leave the car. Then we will take the path that leaves the car park and leads to the bottom of the wall.
The car park where the walk starts to the climbing route is at GPS point: 42° 29' 57",1° 30' 6".
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