Type: Trad, 900 ft, 8 pitches, Grade III
FA: Rolando Larcher, Maurizio Oviglia
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Shared By: B L on Apr 13, 2018
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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Fabulous trad climb up a series of cracks and corners. Pitch 2 offers a heads-up slab move right off the belay, can be avoided on the right.  For the most part, the route is clean and can be well-protected. All in all an amazing line. Full topo and more information in the Sardinia multipitch guidebook by the First Ascentionist Maurizio Oviglia, Pietra di Luna. Some info online.


From the start of the NW-Ridge, traverse below the wall (heading left (looking up)). The start is almost all the way up in the big corner. Loose rock leads up to a piton with a cord below an overhang.


No bolts. Anchors are all on solid pins or threads. Almost everything can be protected perfectly with gear. Take a double set of cams from 0 C3 to #2 BD Camalot + 1 ea. #3 and #4, as well as a set of stoppers.