Type: Sport, 40 ft
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Shared By: Andy Riley on Apr 3, 2017
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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The local guidebook lists two areas on the east side of the rock formation containing the arch (referred to locally as the "buco.") The face up by the arch is called Settore Scala, and the smaller cliff that is down and left in the trees is called Settore Prua.

This climb is down and left from the arch on the smaller wall of Settore Prua. This route, the second from the left, is listed as "Luna Svasa" (6c) in the local guidebook.

Start about ten feet left of a low cave with a bunch of building debris and six feet right of the left edge of the cliff. Super technical climb up edges to a shared anchor with the leftmost route on the face (Luna Caliente [6a]).


Second climb from the left on the lower left sector of 'Mount Gambera East.'




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