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Los Mallos de Riglos
Spain

A true portal of the Pyrenees, the conglomerate of high towers offer superb flights, often beyond the vertical. The way there are not technically very difficult because essentially consisting of large "pogne" more or less hooks. But sometimes the lengths of 50m vertical quickly begin to pour one who does not have a hell of conti ... Finally the majestic flight of vultures, everywhere in this fantastic site, in fact undoubtedly a major site in Europe!

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