Spain: Costa Blanca- Rockfax
If for whatever reason you would like to return an item for an exchange or return you can do so within 30 calendar days of arrival, providing the goods reach us in a condition suitable to be sold as new. If the item being returned is faulty or simply not the item ordered you will be reimbursed for the delivery costs.
Please be aware that under no circumstances are we unable to accept returns of any item of safety equipment, unless deemed to be faulty.
For non-faulty goods we ask that you please notify us that you would like a return within 14 days, after which we must be in receipt of the goods within a further 14 days.
All returned goods must be unused, have the original packing and accompanied by the original invoice or delivery note.
The card used for the purchase of goods will be credited with the original purchase amount less any delivery and handling fee where appropriate. This does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer.
State of return
Returned goods must reach us in original and undamaged packaging, we recommend the use of additional packaging materials and recorded delivery, as failure to return goods in a saleable condition could result in your return being rejected.
Returning safety equipment
Due to the nature of safety equipment being unsuitable for resale we are unable to accept returns unless the goods are deemed to be faulty.
Returning faulty Items
If you receive any goods deemed to be faulty, at the manufacturer's discretion you will be offered an exchange, a refund or repair. Used items may require an inspection from the manufacturer to establish whether the fault is deemed to be covered under warranty.
Please contact us first by email, we may ask you to supply us with a photograph of the item.
Typically orders will be processed within 5 working days via Royal Mail or an alternative courier service, you will be notified when your order has been dispatched. Should you need to get in touch please email us at email@example.com or fill out the form on our contact page.
The Costa Blanca has long been the best known Hot Rock winter sun venue for climbers wanting a break from the grim northern winter. The reasons the place became popular in the first place are same reasons that this popularity has endured; easy access, loads of quality accommodation, a benign winter climate and of course an amazing amount of fantastic climbing on everything from roadside boulders to magnificent mountains.
This 2013 guide is the fifth edition that Rockfax have produced to the 'White Coast', with over 22,000 copies already sold over the years. This completely revised and updated volume builds on the success of the earlier ones with increased coverage of the most popular areas and the addition of several new crags. A complete new set of crag shots and action pictures will ensure the book stays fresh for years to come.
Murcia - Leyva, Mula, La Panocha, Orihuela
Alicante - Marín, Salinas, Sax, Peña del Corb, Peña Rubia, Foradà, Reconco, Agujas Rojas, Cabezon de Oro
Benidorm - Sella, Castellets, Puig Campana, Ponoch, Vall de Guadar (Echo), Bolulla, Abdet, Guadalest
Calp Area - Bernia, Altea, Mascarat, Castellet de Calp, Sierra de Toix, Peñón de Ifach, Olta, Pinos
Xaló Valley - Peña Roja, Murla, Alcalalí, L’Ocaive, Font d’Axia, Pego
Gandía Area - Gandía, Salem, Bellús, Aventador, Montesa
No of Pages: 456
Page Size: 150 x 210 mm
Published Date: November 2004
Edition: 5 Rev ed , Feb-2013
Binding: Paperback (flapped)
Illustrations: maps, colour photos and colour topos