The rock wall Ordino
It’s in Ordino’s sports complex, in the town centre. The complex is open to all for enjoying sports and leisure activities. The climbing wall is right in front of the car park. It’s equipped with outdoor lights and a drinking fountain.
It’s an artificial outdoor concrete carved climbing wall. It faces south, it’s adapted to children and adults alike and is equipped with different difficulty-level climbing routes. Access is free of charge and it opens all year round.
Ordino’s sports centre
C/ Santa Bàrbara s/n
Tel. (+376) 878 110 - email@example.com
GPS coordinates: 42° 33' 21",01° 31' 56".
Ordino’s sports centre opens from Monday to Friday from 7 AM to 10 PM, on Saturdays from 10 AM to 2 PM and from 4 PM to 9 PM, and Sundays from 3 PM to 8 PM. It is closed on public holidays.
Thanks to Andorra’s privileged location, there are countless spots for sport climbing in a number of different natural areas. Discover other climbing routes and spend more time enjoying your favourite sport.
If you come to Ordino to go rock climbing, don’t miss the chance to discover the town as well. Its location, at the heart of an unspoilt and well preserved natural, high-mountain environment, gives it a special charm. It belongs to the parish of the same name and its average altitude is 1,300 metres. It’s in the north-west of the country, in the valley of Valira del Nord. It’s also worth noting that some of the highest peaks in Andorra, and the Pyrenees, for that matter, are in this parish: The Font Blanca, Serrera and Estanyó peaks, all of which are more than 2,900 metres high!
The town of Ordino, which has a population of 4,500 and is less than 9 km from the capital (Andorra la Vella), is the most important in the parish. It has plenty of sunshine throughout the summer and copious amounts of snow in winter. It offers a wide range of activities for the entire family, whether it’s sports or culture that you’re after. You’ll find a number of museums, such as the Postal Museum and the Museum of Miniatures. Additionally, Andorra’s Alpine and Travelling Film Festival is held yearly in Ordino and La Massana.
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