Gorro Frigi is the tallest & most impressive-looking of the Gorros towers. It is home to several classic routes, some very well protected, and others offering a more alpine experience. There is a fully equipped Via Ferrata on the back side (actually the South side) of Gorro Frigi, making the descent relatively plush, while offering something interesting for the casual adventurer. The iron cross bolted to the summit is a popular hiking objective.
Gorro Frigi is the furthest North of the Gorros formations. When viewed from the Monastery, it is the furthest right. Follow the Tourist Trail north until below the route of choice.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for Gorro Frigi:
Badalona 5.8 R Trad, 5 pitches, 700 feet, Grade II
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Badalona 5.8 R International : Spain : ... : Gorro Frigi
Badalona is a fun, classic mountaineering adventure up the ESE face of Girro Frigi. This is an old-school route in every sense. The route wanders all over the face, in search of the path of least resistance, causing ridiculous rope drag despite the virtually non-existant pro. Despite the modest grade, this is in no way a route for beginners. One 40m pitch has only two bolts, neither of which are likely to hold in the event of a lead fall. This is "Leader Must Not Fall" territory, and for th...[more] Browse More Classics in International