Cavadonna Rock Climbing
Routes in Cavadonna
|Cliff New Age S 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c|
|GPS:||37.028, 15.131 Google Map · Climbing Map|
|Shared By:||Paul Hutton on Jul 12, 2014|
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DescriptionThe cave itself is a large hole in the limestone cliff with routes ranging from 5c (extreme right) to the 8th grade (in the middle). The cave has often some part in the shade, providing some nice places to eat and rest. Please keep it as clean as I was happy to find it. And if you can clean some chalk as well, it will be even better! The right part is in the morning shade while the left part gets shady in the afternoon.
Getting ThereSouth of Floridia, and directly east of Canicattini Bagni. Exit off the Catania-Siracuse autostrada at Floridia (SS124). Go to Floridia! Find SP12 at the south end of Floridia. Drive until you hit some random speed bumps. Find the very sharp right-hand downhill turn just 1/4 mile down the road. There is a sign for "Diego". There's also a sign for a motocross track. Take Diego. Looooong, straight road that will traverse sharply uphill at the end. At the top, look for the gravel road on the left, just after the guard rail. Drive until you get to a green, swinging gate and park before it (or beyond the gate until you get stopped by a crappy little wire gate. Pray you don't get locked in.) Hike the trail uphill and remain going straight at the short (in height) stone wall. You'll find many thorn bushes, and rocks on the ground with red paint. The cliff is to your left, where the CRAG dwells! Hike until you find the man made cement troughs. Go to the cliff from here to rappel down to the crag. Continue along the cliff from the troughs if you want to hike the downhill gulley (entrance directs you in the direction you just approached from.) If you find the ropes that assist you down a 2 meter drop-off, you know you're in the right place!
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