Valli Bresciane Rock Climbing
Mt. Castello with the village Gaino at the foot. T...
The climbing west of Lake Garda is of a similar quality as in Arco, though the quantity of developed climbing is less and there are fewer climbs 8a and above. If Arco feels a little too crowded and polished for you, this is a great alternative without having to travel far or lose the beautiful views of Lake Garda. And if you're into developing routes, there is plenty of potential for you here.
Bouldering is also possible here, though the quality is not as good as other, more famous bouldering areas.
The province of Brescia, located in the northern part of Italy, is reached by flying to the airports Montechiari (in Brescia) or Orio al Serio (in Bergamo). The main Milan-Venice train line also runs through the area, and trains provide access from Brescia through the most northern part of the province. The A4 freeway passes through the region.
The climbing areas are located north of the city Brescia and between Lake Garda and Lake Iseo.
Climbing Season For the Italy area.
Weather station 17.0 miles from here
12 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',0],['3 Stars',3],['2 Stars',7],['1 Star',2],['Bomb',0]
Featured Route For Valli Bresciane
In dietro tutta 5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a Europe
: ... : Settore A
This two pitch route is one of the easiest routes at the crag, and therefore a great warm-up. The first pitch has a crux near the end in the dihedral. The anchor is to the right of the dihedral under the bush. The 2nd pitch has technical face climbing in the upper half and follows the left set of bolts....[more] Browse More Classics in International