The Third Sella Tower is the tallest and most impressive of the group. The climbing is generally steep, exposed, and on good-quality rock. Routes on Third Sella are extremely popular and can be quite crowded. Similar to other popular routes, with traffic comes a highly polished grade of limestone.
The approaches start from the top of Sella Pass.
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Vinatzer 5.8+ Trad, 13 pitches, 985 feet
Featured Route For Third Sella Tower
Vinatzer 5.8+ International : Dolomites : Third Sella Tower
Good route that ascends the west face to the tower.Pitch 1 - Move up over slab and trend to the left towards a small scree patch. (35m)Pitch 2 - Face climb straight up to the base of a chimney. (45m)Pitch 3 - Climb the chimney to a crack and through a small overhang. (40m)Pitch 4 - Follow a broken crack and face. (40m)Pitch 5 - Short pitch up a ramp/groove to below a small overhang. (15m)Pitch 6 - Climb up another broken crack and some face to gain the large terrace. (45m)Pitch 7 - Traverse left...[more] Browse More Classics in International