Avg: 2 from 1 vote
|Type:||Trad, 280 ft, 4 pitches|
|FA:||A. Dimai and A. Girardi, 1911|
|Page Views:||200 total · 4/month|
|Shared By:||Rodger Raubach on Sep 7, 2014|
|Admins:||Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath|
The first 2 pitches are identical with the Normal route on Torre Quarta Bassa. A rather wide step-across is needed to reach to wall across the notch from the ring anchor, and steep climbing on good holds follows. Move right initially, and then follow the line of a couple old pitons and cemented rings on up to an archaic cemented in twisted rod anchor. To this point, UIAA Gr. IV, and 5.5 YDS. The fourth land final lead climbs to a good piton at a difficult short corner, described in the Bernari guidebook as a "chimney," and it is for a move or two; UIAA Gr. IV+, YDS 5.6/5.7. stay towards the right skyline and top out to a spacious and grassy summit. Abseil the route to the notch (2 abseils), and a long abseil into the hole between the 2 towers puts one back on terra firma.
The first 2 pitches are congruent with Torre Quarta Bassa, via Normale. The Quarta Alta route begins at the point where the 2 towers touch. A big cemented ring anchor on Torre Quarta bassa is the start.