Diverse climbing over slabs, dihedrals, chimneys, cracks and an exposed traverse on the penultimate pitch, good protection, can be improved with friends and slings
With 370 meters of climbing, spread over 12 pitches (two of them with walking terrain), the route is a nice destination if you want to climb a little longer than in the significantly lower Parete San Paolo. It is never too demanding, although we found the last pitch with VI to be more difficult (possibly VI+/VII-). Overall, the climbing is very varied. The highlight for us was the 6th pitch with the beautiful dihedral and the wonderfully airy traverse on the penultimate pitch. The rock quality and protection is generally good. The descent takes place on foot via the Sentiero dell´Anglone.
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