Easy climb, a short section grading II UIAA, great summit!
With andrea.it, normal route from Pedrotti refuge
Normal route from refuge Pedrotti
Set out with my wife from Pedrotti Hut when there was still a lot of winter snow around. We had the mountain to ourselves and above the little rock pitch, which is the crux on the normal route, we had to post hole up slopes of softening snow to reach the nearly horizontal ridge at the top. It was a great day out, but summit views spoiled by heavy cloud - just parting to give fleeting glimpses of what should have been an awesome vista of Brenta spires.
Reached the peak of Cima Tosa from rifugio Brentei with the normal route and back with the Via Migotti.
Nice climb starting at Rifugio Pedrotti-Tosa.
The lower "glacier" had quite a lot of snow, but was easily walkable with hikingpoles. The upper slopes had also quite a lot of snow on them, though no axes or crampons were really needed. The snowpatches made the decent fast as one could glissade down most of the way.
Easily do-able in one day from Madonna di Campiglio. The round-trip took about 9 hours including all the breaks, but as I did the route by myself, I saved a couple of minutes not roping up for the UIAA II part and didn't have to hassle with abseiling down. For future trips I would take a abseiling rope with me, as the down climbing was a bit scary (and wet).
I climbed the couloir as preperation for my Pumori Expedition. A long way from Munich for a weekend only.
There are some exposed meters rated II for which I carried a rope 5 days through the Brenta. But it was worth it!
We made a long traverse of the Brenta Dolomits.
During the walk we climbed several summits.
Cima Tosa is the highest peak of the Brenta Dolomits