The crag rises a few steps from the Brentei refuge, in the heart of the Brenta Dolomites, in an environment of rare beauty.
This wall, located a few steps from the Brentei Refuge and immersed in a particularly evocative landscape, is of excellent dolomite, very adherent, compact and shaped and offers vertical slabs, overhangs and roofs of various levels of difficulty.
The crag was recently bolted by the Franchini brothers and Riccardo Re, on the initiative of the Leonardi family who manage the Brentei refuge and who fully financed the bolting work with resin protections.
The face is located at 2,200 meters above sea level, so even if the crag is exposed to the south, southeast and west, it is primarily a summertime destination.
Climb: 43 pitches from 3c to 7c+
Exposure: mainly south, southeast, west
Type: compact supported dolomite and overhangs
Normal for rock climbing: harness, shoes, climbing chalk, quickdraws, rope and safety equipment.
Climbers are aware of and accept the dangers inherent in this activity and do so at their own risk.