Type: Trad, 600 ft (182 m), 6 pitches, Grade III
FA: Motti/Morello 1975 & Beuchod/Monelli/Mozzati 1979, Ala Fabretto Salini 1982
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Shared By: B L on Jun 3, 2018
Admins: Tim Wolfe, Shawn Heath

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Description

If this route were in Yosemite, it'd be world famous. After a short mediocre pitch, climb the fabulous Orecchio del Pachidermo (Elephant's Ear) (5.10) then up the Placcha Argentata (5.11) for two pitches. Finish up Rattle Snake with three pitches of strenous wide cracks that can be liebacked. The bolts come and go, if they are gone, take several big cams (2 ea. #4-#5).

Location

Follow the trail as for BAT until you come across the start (before BAT). The first pitch climbs up a crack for a few meters to a pin, then traverses right (looking up) along a horizontal crack for two meters to another pin and a chimney that you follow to an anchor. There is very closely bolted steep 7a just to the right of the start (Orco Belin). To the left, there is a bolted arete (Fessura del Pipistrello).

Protection

1 set of cams to #3 C4, double up on the intermediate and hands sizes, 1 set of stoppers, 15 qds.

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