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Crossing Ponce chain Crossing Ponce chain Sep 15, 2004 Location: Julian Alps, Italy/Slovenia, Europe
Route Type: Mountaineering, Scrambling, Via Ferrata
Difficulty: UIAA II
Rock Difficulty: Class 4
Last Edited: Mar 7, 2006
72.08% 2859
Over south slopes and face Over south slopes and face
by Bor
Oct 17, 2004 Location: Julian Alps, Italy/Slovenia, Europe
Route Type: Scramble, climbing, UIAA I-II
Difficulty: Walk-up and easy climbing
Last Edited: Dec 28, 2004
71.06% 1927
Tamar valley route Tamar valley route
by Bor
Oct 17, 2004 Location: Julian Alps, Italy/Slovenia, Europe
Route Type: Scramble on an easy feratta
Difficulty: Walk up and secured climbing
Last Edited: Oct 17, 2004
71.06% 2076
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