Jôf di Montasio / Montaz Climber's Log
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|justahiker||Via pot Leva |
Date Climbed: Oct 4, 2011
|Day for remembering as we climbed Montaz via pot Leva and than by Pipans ladders all the way to the summit. The views on the top were not the best because cloud was sitting on the top all day long. However as we started descending the views on both sides started to open.|
|Posted Oct 9, 2011 5:40 pm|
Date Climbed: Jul 1, 2007
|We started with two cars, in Dogna valley / the other waiting at Pecol/, it really is impressive, Clapadoria so deep and terrifying.Bivouac Muschi is really funny - just an old blanket hanging in some secluded space.The climbing is fun, we had an experienced guy who did it before.Thanks.We climbed the top by Findeneggen route, down by the ladder.|
Two years before that, me and my cousin climbed Montaz also by Findenegg gully.At Forcella Disteis we saw at least hundred wild goats,/ibexes/ sitting on the whole ridge - I have never seen something like that.Looking from below, it looked like huge amount of cut wood and broken branches, awesome.
|Posted Mar 2, 2011 2:57 pm|
|Moonhiker||Third time - finally on the top! |
Date Climbed: Sep 7, 2011
|Ascent via Findenegg couloir, and back down across Pipan ladders and south slopes. Early start, great conditions, without any snow in the couloir. End of August and September is the best time for climbing Montaz. |
2nd attempt 22.06.2010 -Southern ascent, a lot of snow, so we manage to reach Pipan ladders (2600m). The weather became hard, very dark cloud felt on us, so we agreed that there is not much sense to force icey ladder ascent, without any view from above. Nevertheless it was nice 'winter' climb!
First time - 30.09.2007.- early autumn snow manage to ruin our plans for summit. Then, it was even harder to climb, because snow was deep and soft. And the trail was badly marked.
However they renewed the marks and steel ropes last year!
|Posted Jun 23, 2010 10:44 am|
|flow||Jôf di Montasio, 2.754m |
Date Climbed: Aug 23, 2009
|From parking at 1.502m via Scala Pipan and back.|
|Posted Aug 23, 2009 4:30 pm|
|SzaniUherkovich||It was freezing |
Date Climbed: Sep 23, 1995
|Started ascent from the Altipiano above Sella Nevea. It was already freezing on elevation of 2700 meter, and it was really not pleasant to go up the long steel ladder without gloves. And a group of 20 Russian climbers were descenting on the same ladder... But the mountain is magnificient|
|Posted Jun 13, 2009 2:33 pm|
|saman||Via Amalia + Findenegg and the Pipan ladder for descent |
Date Climbed: Aug 7, 2006
|It was a part of a longer hike. The whole route was the following: Malga Saisera - Biv. Stuparich - Biv. Suringar - Montasio - Biv. Suringar - Rif. Brazza - Rif. Corsi - Biv. Gorizia - Sentiero del Centenario - Frocella Mose - Cime Castrein - Biv. Mazzeni - Malga Saisera|
|Posted Nov 25, 2008 6:55 am|
|Herb||Route Climbed: Ascent via Findenegg couloir, descent via normal route using Pipan's ladder Date Climbed: 18 August 2005|
|Climbed Iof de Montasio in August 2005 with my girlfriend Irene.|
Nice climb (UIAA I. - II.) via Findenegg couloir. Really strange rock formations. Beautiful weather in the morning, then some clouds and fog, but quite ok.
It was fun using pipan's ladder ("Scala Pipan") during the descent.
|Posted Oct 25, 2005 5:43 am|
|Vid Pogachnik||Route Climbed: South route Date Climbed: August 6th, 2005|
|With Sasa Gospic - Velebit and his friends we ascended the south route. As it was obvious that the weather will deteriorate, we didn't have the whole day. Still, the scenery was great. It was only my second ascent, after the first one in 1975.|
|Posted Aug 11, 2005 4:40 pm|