160m, 5 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A great climb with straightforward route-finding following the striking Dimai Crack - a must for chimney enthusiasts.
1) III, 40m. Start at the foot of the large gully between Cima Sud and Cima Nord. Climb the gully for 18m before following a left-trending chimney to the foot of the face and Dimai Crack proper.
2) V+, 30m. Climb the crack past a large flake for 10m before stepping left to the base of a corner. Climb the corner and subsequent crack for 20m. Belay in the niche at the top.
3) V+, 30m. Continue up the corner-crack for 30m, passing a small overhang on the left, and belay below an overhang breached by a large crack.
4) VI-, 40m. Take the overhanging crack direct on good holds and follow the natural line for another 30m until a large ledge is reached.
5) II, 30m. Traverse 15m left on the ledge and follow a loose but easy chimney to the summit. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
A great climb with straightforward route-finding following the striking Dimai Crack - a must for chimney enthusiasts.
1) III, 40m. Start at the foot of the large gully between Cima Sud and Cima Nord. Climb the gully for 18m before following a left-trending chimney to the foot of the face and Dimai Crack proper.
2) V+, 30m. Climb the crack past a large flake for 10m before stepping left to the base of a corner. Climb the corner and subsequent crack for 20m. Belay in the niche at the top.
3) V+, 30m. Continue up the corner-crack for 30m, passing a small overhang on the left, and belay below an overhang breached by a large crack.
4) VI-, 40m. Take the overhanging crack direct on good holds and follow the natural line for another 30m until a large ledge is reached.
5) II, 30m. Traverse 15m left on the ledge and follow a loose but easy chimney to the summit.
FA. Degasper, Dimai, Dimai 1932


ClimberDateStyle
Hidden ?/Jul Lead
Sam Husband 27/Aug/15 AltLd O/S

I'm not experienced in alpine grades but P4 was technically quite hard, however the whole route is bolted for all the hard moves.

with Tom, Ed
Stroppy 27/Aug/15 AltLd O/S
tombushell 27/Aug/15 AltLd
MichaelGallimore 07/Oct/14 2nd O/S

Very exposed feeling. The chimney was way tougher than expected. Flavio led the hard pitches and skirted round the right face of the roof crux on tiny (harder) holds!

FlavioL1989 06/Oct/14 AltLd O/S
with Mike Gallimore, Rob Edwards
bigbobbyking 16/Aug/14 AltLd

Good route. I led first easy pitch, Chris ran pitches 2 & 3 together (by accident). I did pitch 4 and then Chris did a bolted alternative last pitch at about F6a. Quite a bit of fixed gear on the tricky bits. Rockfax topo has misleading positions for the belays. The VI- pitch starts quite a bit lower than the indicated position.

with Chris Bull
Hidden ?/Aug/14 -
Hidden ?/Jul/14 AltLd
Paula Ryan ?/Jul/14 AltLd
with Robin Brooke
Sam Simpson 14/Sep/13 AltLd O/S
with Hannah Gibbs, Alan Barnes
Hidden 14/Sep/13 2nd
Hidden 15/Aug/12 Lead O/S
williamsd79 07/Aug/12 AltLd O/S
centurion05 ?/Aug/12 AltLd O/S
with dyl
Hidden 15/Sep/10 Lead O/S
uphillnow ?/Sep/10 AltLd
with Stuart Holmes
markfairbank 08/Jul/10 AltLd O/S

Quite afew bolts on this one but take a rack too! Excellent climbing, better than Myriam and not that much harder.

with SteveyM
Hidden 07/Sep/09 AltLd O/S
Hidden 02/Aug/09 AltLd
andyinglis ?/Jun/04 AltLd
Neil Adams ?/Jun/04 AltLd
Andy Chadwick ?/Aug/88 AltLd O/S
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