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BETA PHOTO: The grassy spot in the foreground is the parking. ...


Southwest facing routes.

Short approach (approximately 10 minutes from parking).

Easy to find (located at the Enel power station).

Very little parking, probably room for 3 cars to park legally (maximum 3, 2 more likely), so get there early!

Getting There 

From Sarche, take Via Caffaro across the River Sarca. After you pass the river, there is a small road (Ciclabile Basso Sarca) on the right. Pass it and take the next left (unnamed road). Park before the power station gates at the little pull off on the right. No parking on power station grounds from January 1 to December 31 (there is a sign stating this).

Climbing Season

For the Italy area.

Weather station 8.9 miles from here

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Start on top of the power plant gate at the obvious bolt line. Three popular, moderate routes share these first two pitches, so be prepared to jockey for position with some other parties. Also, don't link these two pitches. It's a mess with bushes and rope drag and slows down the other parties waiting to get on a line.If you need to pass, a confident, capable party probably doesn't need a rope for p2.Up higher you can link pitches here and there. Lengths are estimates. p1: jump o...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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By kenr
Sep 16, 2017
Many (most?) guidebooks and websites call this wall "Parete del Limarò".
? as does the MP Area page for Piccolo Dain ?

GPS latitude longitude given as of 2017 is for the Parking, not the rock.

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