The climbing festival, in late may. Near the TH
A peaceful group of crags lie just uphill from Lumignano. There are many overhung tufas, cave climbs, and boulders. Most of the routes are bolted, if you have a few small cams (bd.75) they will come in handy occasionally, otherwise 10 draws will get most routes. There are only two easy routes, they are long and you will be surprised to find many of the locals free-soloing past you on these. Many routes are two pitch, and could be done as one. They often have climbing festivals here that are quite fun, be aware of the language barrier. There is a cafe/bar across from the chapel in Lumignano where a photocopied guidebook can be bought for 2-euro when they are sometimes in stock. You may also see planetmountain.com/english/Roc...
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From Vicenza, take the SP247 south to Via Palazzo Blanco, it will seem as though you have passed the crag. Take the road into Lumignano and turn left at the 3 way with the chapel in front of you (uphill away from the chapel). At via Borgo, turn left and park in the lot at the end of the street. Walk back to Via Rialto and follow it to the end, you should see the trail, it is in the driveway of the last house.
Climbing Season For the Italy area.
Weather station 8.3 miles from here
2 Total Climbing Routes
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Pancia Classica 5.6 4c 14 V 12 S 4b Europe
Take the right of the two routes up the gully, make it more exciting by climbing out of the cave below the belay to the first bolt, it then becomes 5.8+ There is a mid anchor for practicing two pitch, if you have a 70m rope, climb direct to the top. Then walk off, to the lookout, and back down....[more] Browse More Classics in International
BETA PHOTO: Lumignano Classica Beta