5 pitches. Route 21 in 'Pietra di Luna.' 5 pitches (6a, 5c, 5b, 5b, 5a).

Confusingly, it is Route 22 in 'Arrampicare a Cala Gonone' which describes in in 4 pitches (6a, 5c, 5b, 5b).

Hidden 21/Mar AltLd O/S
Hidden 13/Nov/14 Lead O/S
lost.arrow 02/Apr/13 -
with Emma Veitch
Beren ?/Jun/12 AltLd O/S

I think this was my first sport multipitch! Very enjoyable. Did first few pitches.

with Rob Gamm
williamsd79 16/Apr/12 Lead O/S
with Lee Wales
Hidden ?/Oct/11 Lead
richorme 29/Oct/10 AltLd O/S
with Gary Woodburn
Jimmy O 26/Apr/10 AltLd O/S
jonny taylor 24/Apr/09 AltLd O/S

A great route in an amazing position. Ran up the last two pitches on all fours, the friction was so good. Agree with Toreador's gradings of around 6a, 6a, 5c

with Matt
Simon Caldwell 30/Mar/09 Lead

A fabulous route, especially pitch 1. Climbed in 3 pitches - the first two as per the guidebook, the last 3 run together to make a very long (68m) pitch. Rested on the bolt below the crux of the first 2 pitches - both of which have the hard moves a worrying distance above the last bolt. The crux on pitch 2 felt harder than that on pitch 1, I'd grade it something like 6a, 6a, 5c, 5a, 4c (with the last 2 pitches best run together). If only it had a name!

with Carmen
Hidden 25/Aug/08 Lead O/S
robin heath ?/Apr/07 Lead O/S
with Carl Riley
Hidden 12/Apr/06 Lead O/S
Hidden 17/Mar/03 Lead O/S
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