The Mediterranean island of Mallorca is now well-known as a sport climbing destination and it has also established itself as the home of Europe's best deep water soloing.
The main guidebook to the climbing on the island for the last 20 years has been published by Rockfax and this new 2016 edition adds to this legacy with another blockbusting volume for the sun-seeking climber.
The sport climbing is being written by Alan James and Mark Glaister, and the deep water soloing section is being written by Daimon Beail.
There are five major new crags in the sport climbing section - Cala Llamp, C'as Catala, Es Grau, Commune de Caimari and Torre d'en Beu, plus major new developments at S'estret and Sa Mola de Felanitx. Other areas have had new routes and changes added with plenty of new action photographs and crag images.
The DWS section adds 4 new crags plus many updates, changes and new crag photos.
Links take you to the relevant section of the Rockfax Route Database or the UKC Logbook database. Crags in bold are new since the 2011 guidebook
Sport Climbing - Can Ortigues, La Vall Verde, Cala Llamp, C'an Formiga, Puig de Garrafa, Santa Ponça, Galilea, Ca's Catatà, Sa Cantera, Penyal d'es Grau, Es Verger, S'estret, Valldemossa, Sa Gubia, Fraguel, Port de Sóller, C'an Nyic, Gorge Blau, Es Queixal, Alaró, Caimari, Es Grau des Ruc, La Creveta, El Fumat, Xon Xanquete, Puig St. Marti, El Calo de Betlem, Ermita de Betlem, Son Servera, Sa Mola de Felantix, Felanitx, Cala Magraner, Torre d'en Beu, Tijuana
Deep Water Soloing - Cova del Diablo, Porto Cristo, Porto Cristo Novo, Cala Barques, Cova des Burador, Porto Colom, Cala Marcal, Cala Brafia, Cala Estreta, Cala Sa Nau, Cala Mitjana, Cala Serena, Santanyi, Cala Llombards, Port de Sóller, Sa Calobra, Porto Pi