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Lo Soterrani  

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Submitted By: sibylle on Jul 9, 2014
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Lo Soterrani lies across the street from the TV crags and comprises five separate crags. It's mostly south-facing and pleasant on cold, windy days, with routes mostly in the 5.8 to 5.10 range. It's uncrowded, and some crags are omitted from the Andradi guidebook.

Getting There 

Follow directions as for the Antenna area (TV crag) but park on the east side of the road at a very large parking area. Walk down the dirt road, passing the first trail with cairn (this leads to Lo Raval). Continue on the dirt road to the second trail, and follow this down a steep hill until crags appear on both sides. Sector Agulla Gaudi is on the left, and turn right fro Sector Paret del Suis.

Climbing Season

For the Catalonia area.

Weather station 8.9 miles from here

4 Total Routes

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