Limestone crag that rises approximately in the middle of the rugged valley of the same name, immersed in beautiful natural surroundings.
The wall is a gray slab of compact vertical limestone that requires technical and complex climbing. It is located in the beautiful Val Gelada, a little-traveled and quite wild destination.
The crag offers about ten rather demanding pitches, it is located at an altitude of 1800 meters and is exposed to the north, which is why the climb is always cool even in summer.
- Climb: 11 pitches from 6a to 7c
- Exposure: north
- Route length: 70m rope is required for climbing on this wall
- Type: compact limestone slab
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.
From Madonna di Campiglio follow the signs for Passo Carlo Magno.
Before the pass, once you reach the large Grostè car park (on the right), cross it and take the dirt road that goes slightly uphill alongside the golf course.
Continue to the Malga Mondifrà (signs) where you can park.
Take the SAT 334 path for Val Gelada and Bocca 3 Sassi until you reach an alpine meadow where the valley opens up. The crag is the gray wall rising on the right.
Approach: from the Malga Mondifrà car park 30 minutes on foot.
Parking Malga Mondifrà.
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike