Climbs 26
Rocktype Conglomerate
Altitude 1493m a.s.l
Faces S

Crag features

A convenient crag only a short distance from Canazei and by the side of the road. Both sectors are volcanic conglomerate and provide and very different medium to the surrounding Dolerite.

Approach notes

From Canazei head towards the Fedaia pass. After the village of Alba you will enter Penia village. The crag is immediately after the bridge and visible from the road.

Access Advice

Large sections of the crag appear to have fallen down since the pictures in The Dolomites: Rock Climbs and Via Ferrata (2014) were taken. These include a large block from Cavolo 6a, part of Aladin 6a, although it appears that the line has been rebolted since this, and maybe some of Fessura 6a but this still appeared climbable.

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Guidebooks

The Dolomites : Rock Climbs and Via Ferrata

A big book to the magnificent Dolomites in northern Italy. This guide covers everything you need for a climbing trip regardless of ability, whether it be sport, trad, via ferrata or a combination of all three. It features all the major areas and is the only guidebook available to have such comprehensive coverage.
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Some of the 6a routes here would be 6b/b+ in the UK
Steve Perry - 13/Aug/15
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
 Cave Sector 
2Cris6b+ **1
3Frau karci7b+  
4Il maniaco7b+  
5Spigolo6a+ **11
6Fessura6a ***30
7Rebo6a+ ***10
8Diedro5a 13
9Lo spirito6c+ * 
10Rebus7c+ **2
11L'invisibile6c *5
12Lax6b *4
13Manolo7b **4
1410 maggio sinistra6a *8
1510 Maggio5b 15
 Plate Sector 
17Cavolo6a 7
18Penia4a *21
19Fagiano5b **25
20Tieni duro6a+ ***22
21Kaos6c **10
22Senza respiro6c+ **1
23Micro test7a *** 
24No bis7a+  
25Fiesta6a *11
26Cris #27c+ *1
27Aladin6a **10

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