Vis / Jof Fuart Climber's Log

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alpinbeta - Mar 31, 2015 11:44 am Date Climbed: Sep 9, 2014

Route Goitan   Sucess!

From Rifugio Corsi


damgaard - Jan 16, 2014 3:22 pm Date Climbed: Aug 3, 2013

Fine day  Sucess!

Climbed up from Rif. Corsi on the Anita Goitan ledges from the East. Decended via Forcella Moses and all the way back to the parking lot at Malga Montasio.


justahiker - Jan 15, 2014 8:08 am Date Climbed: Oct 3, 2013

Magnificient Ascent!  Sucess!

We started the ascent from Rifugio di Corsi via main route from the hut. Fantastic autumn day, great views and magnificent Montaz view ahead of us was the best prize of the day.
Few chamois in front of us during the ascent fulfilled the day!


bojana - Mar 1, 2011 12:25 pm

gola NE

Me and my cousin Irena climbed Vis by this route, I think it was 2004 or 2005,starting from Saisera valley and Rif.Pellarini, we had some difficulties finding the beginning of the route, but later on it is a pure pleasure,with an exception of occasional sound of falling rocks.beautiful and wild, it is.We summited and proceded by Anita Goitan route and turned back to Rif.Corsi, where we spent the night.We were terribly hungry, and had to wait more than two hours for the supper.A wonderful day


dodolatex - Jul 21, 2008 4:34 am Date Climbed: Jul 19, 2008

Route climbed: from Forcella di Riofreddo, sentiero Anita Goitan then S slope  Sucess!

Nice ferrata over Sentiero Anita Goitan: fixed steel cables for protection along most of the rockiest sections, there is one particular step which needs extra care (there are 50 metres to descend). Southern slopes are steep but not difficult going uphill, they require a bit of extra care going downhill (but no protection needed).
Awesome route, this was also due to the very nice weather (clear sky and not too hot)!
I saw an ibex as well, not scared at all by my presence!


Amsti - Nov 30, 2005 11:22 am

Route Climbed: From Rif. Corsi over S slopes. Date Climbed: 08.2004  Sucess!

nice and easy. I saw a fighting pair of goats (capra ibex)

This mountain has actually two summits, the main seems to be lower

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