2477m. Also known as Falz 5. Most maps show a Via Ferrata but it is really a nice short scramble, with some ladders, to the summit and can be used as a decent from the 'South Ridge (Cobertaldo/Pezzotti) Gd IV+' route. Start at Passo Valporola where there is plenty of parking. 2 Hrs.

Matt1234 31/Aug Solo O/S
kb273 24/Jun/14 -
katherinesydney 22/Aug/13 Solo

Descent from the south rib. Amazing war trenches; hard to imagine what it must have been like fighting up there. Doesn't need any VF kit (or a grade): it's just a walk.

Roger Cruse 21/Aug/13 Solo O/S
with Kris
Gramps24 03/Aug/13 2nd O/S
with BigTone
ClareHowes90 ?/Aug/13 -
Luis SD 25/Jul/13 Lead O/S
bridget143 21/Jul/13 Solo

Descent route.

with Simen
Fiona Reid 16/Jul/13 -

In descent

with Mike
Mike-W-99 16/Jul/13 -
with Fiona
mky77 26/Jun/13 Solo O/S
Hidden 26/Jun/13 -
alicethwaites 15/Jun/13 2nd


Monkey_Alan 09/Sep/12 -
with Simon Blanchflower
Hidden 10/Jul/12 Solo
ricking777 22/Jun/11 AltLd O/S

climbed as a 3, Biggest multi pitch up to date, and first time using twin ropes and belaying 2 up at a time, a real learning experience on the mountain, Crux pitch at the end commit to move to get into polished crack.

with Rachel Roberts, Howyle Griffith
Hidden ??/2011 -
brianrunner 20/Sep/10 AltLd

a great interesting hike through WWI trenches. Thoroughly recommended

with martina
Hidden 15/Aug/10 -
Hidden 20/Sep/09 Solo O/S
jcj ??/2008 -
buxtoncoffeelover ?/Aug/06 Solo
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