The route begins on the Northwest side of the formation and after 3 pitches, reaches the arête; move to the right (the crux is a traverse beneath some overhangs on a steep face on pitch 3 and is 5.6/5.7, UIAA Gr. IV+). Another very steep section and overhang is overcome before reaching another bolted anchor. At this point the difficulty decreases along with the angle of the rock. The remaining 8-9 leads are on very good, juggy rock.
The formation is reached from Wolkenstein/Daunei parking area by a path leading to the Juac Hut and continuing on towards the Regensburger hut. Look for a climbers path that leaves the trail and ascends through the trees to the scree slope beneath the formation. Approach the left side as viewed from afar.
The descent continues over the summit to the Stevia Plateau and a climbers path is followed to the Juac Hut, and then to the car.
Most belay stances (but not all!) are equipped with either cemented-in-place pitons or bolts. Bring a normal alpine rack and runners for threads or tie-offs for knobs.
BETA PHOTO: Near the very top...Class 2 to the plateau
North West Arete Torre Firenze - The skyline ridge
Really Tough Approach Paths over There !
BETA PHOTO: About P3 - Catching Up to Another Party on the tra...
BETA PHOTO: Sheila Matz, near the top of P1
BETA PHOTO: Looking down at P2
BETA PHOTO: S Matz on the last top Class 2/3 section
On the Ridge! About P5 or 6 we have passed the pa...