I used to climb this sort of technical standard on rock 20+ years ago - but on gentle UK crags with routes of no more than about 100m in height - but never had the nerve to do same on one of these huge Dolomite routes! I dread to think what you were doing 20 years ago...
It is very kind of you to have voted on my humble little grade 3 scramble (II/III to you!) - guess Pillar Rock must seem a little tiny? Mind you there are some good rock climbing routes for you...
Best wishes, Mark
Glad to read you!
Difficult? Easy? no matter, the important thing is to keep going in the mountains with satisfaction, climbing with fun!
I like your page, the Lake District is a very nice area also known in Italy, i saw a couple of climbing films about.
Next year I would like to go and climb on the sea-cliff of Pembroke and Bosigrain, likely in late May or early june!
All the best, Silvia
Yes there are a few sea-cliff's for you here - I think Nanuls just had a featured photo of some wild looking grade V above the sea somewhere... just up your street (as we say in England!)
Best of luck and I shall look forward to reading your posts about it
best wishes, Mark