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Sent. attrezz. Leva (pot Leva)

 
Sent. attrezz. Leva (pot Leva)

Page Type: Route

Location: Julian Alps, Italy, Europe

Lat/Lon: 46.43600°N / 13.43630°E

Object Title: Sent. attrezz. Leva (pot Leva)

Route Type: Scramble and easy climbing

Time Required: Most of a day

Difficulty: Walk-up and secured climbing

Route Quality: 
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Page By: Bor

Created/Edited: Nov 8, 2004 / Nov 8, 2004

Object ID: 162818

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Page Score: 73.06%  - 3 Votes 

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Approach


You approach the Rif. Brazza (1660 m) by a mountain road from Sella di Nevea. The parking place is just below the hut.

(See the main page of Montaz).

Route Description


This route doesn`t lead on the top of Montaz but it is located over the SE face of Montaz between the start of Pipan's ladder and Cimma di Terra Rossa, 2420m. I will desscribe it if you climb it from Rif. Brazza, 1660m and then you ascend over some of the routes on the top of Montaz (see the main page) and then you descend from the top of Montaz over the Pipan's ladder and you come on the start of Sent. attrezz. Leva (pot Leva).

From the start you follow the signposts for Sent. attrezz. Leva (pot Leva) and first you climb and scramble over the nice grassy and rocky shelves, which become more and more airy!! You climb over many columns and then before you come on the notch Forca del Palone you, 2242m you must descend over steep rocky face. Then you continue the route over the another short face to the Cimma di Terra Rossa, 2420m (you can also reach the summit.). Then you descend over the normal route on Cimma di Terra Rossa back to Rif. Brazza.


Essential Gear


Good hiking shoes, helmet, rope.

Miscellaneous Info


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LupinoRoute Comment

Lupino

Voted 10/10

The trail (from the junction to the summit of the Cima di Terra Rossa) is equipped with good rope almost in all the sections. However you must pay attention to a vertical rope (6 meters) not fixed at the bottom in relation to a steep rocky wall. More recent ropes have been fixed on the final part of the trail towards the Forca del Disteis. Only one aluminium rung-ladder is present; it is fixed only on the top and, if you have to descend it, a greater effort is required. You can start the route from Cima di terra Rossa or from the base of Montasio, but in the first case, if the weather changes quickly or for other good safety reasons, you can stop the trail after not more than 30 minutes and discend to the refuge Brazzà following a gravelly-grassy valley.





Posted Nov 18, 2004 2:45 am
BorRoute Comment

Bor

Hasn't voted

Thanks for the second description!!!
Posted Nov 19, 2004 7:49 am

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