Type: Trad, 265 ft, 3 pitches
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brian in SLC on Feb 24, 2011
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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Access Issue: crossing some private property on access trail Details


A fun, three pitch route up a variety of terrain. The stunning looking crack on the second pitch is the highlight of the route.

P1: locate a steep left facing, shallow corner which leads, on face holds, up and just right of some green foliage to a ledge. 5.10a

P2: climb the "lama stupenda" crack then traverse across the face up and right to a fixed belay. 5.9

P3: up a left facing corner, face, then right facing corner to the top of the crag. Belay from a large set of rust-colored rings. 5.8


On the right-hand side of the Right Sector, locate a left facing cutout roofy area left of a large bushy tree, left of the popular romp Spigolo Sud.

A steep, shallow, left-facing corner leads up to the right of a green tree to a nice ledge.

Located to the right of Diretta Gobbi.

Rappel route. The last pitch belay anchor for the adjacent route, Diretta Gobbi, can be rappelled for 30m to the ground.


In addition to some quickdraws and slings, a few cams and nuts supplement the protection nicely.