Type: Trad, Alpine, 600 ft, 4 pitches
FA: L. Ghedina, M. de André, B. Alberti (1951)
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Shared By: Jan-Thijs Menger on Aug 19, 2013
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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Nice sustained 5.8 climbing. Crux is the first pitch.
P1 5.8: sustained climbing. No protection first 25 feet. Than some pitons and some good cam-placements. At the end of the pitch, traverse to the right.
P2 5.7: mainly traversing. Start up the grey slab. Sustained climbing. Three piton anchor.
P3 5.8: easier climbing, with two well protected 5.8 moves. Traverse to the right underneath the big roof, to an anchor.
p4 5.7: climb to the top. Route wasn't clear to us, but it seemed all quite easy.

Solid rock,and apart from the start well-protected. Some loose rock at the top, be careful!


Park at the pass, than walk to the north. Take the first right and walk for 30m. The rock is to your left. There's a memorial at the base of the route, which starts slightly to the left this.


Fixed anchors (pitons, slings). Some pitons.