OverviewThis route, first climbed in 1984 by Paul Bellodis and Mario Dibona, is one of the finest in its difficulty (mostly 6 to 6+). Thanks to a long approach, few climbers err their way in this area and subsequently the rock is in great shape.
In 8 rope lengths the 300 meter high wall is climbed and the climber will be more than rewarded for his/her efforts. The first 4 rope lengths are pleasure climbing at its finest and the following rope lengths are also very fine. The first crux occurs on the second pitch, where one has to avoid a series of small overhangs to the right into the vertical wall. The second crux is at the beginning of the final pitch. Out of a a small niche an overhang has to be overcome.
For the descent one follows a grassy band to the left until one reaches a pine tree from where one rappels 3 times back to the foot of the wall.