Ortisei la Cava

Climbs 29 – Rocktype UNKNOWN – Altitude 1235m a.s.l – Faces SE

Crag features
The climbing here is on red porphyric rock and provides a nice change from the surrounding Dolerite / Limestone. The climbing is predominantly on small edges and thin cracks, good finger endurance is required. The crag stays dry in light rain.

Access notes
When driving from Selva the crag is on the right just after Ortisei. The crag is visable from the road.

Guidebooks
Arrampicate sportive e vie moderne in Val di Fassa, Fiemme e Val Gardena (2004)

Climbs at this crag

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 Climb nameGrade
1Scurcetl6c+  
2L'or da pilat7c  
3Jumbierch7b+  
4Se paia7b  
5Senza nome #17c 3
6Senza nome #26b 2
7Senza nome #36b  
8Gran tet6b+  
9Viva la fiii...6c  
10Lizia7b  
11Plata7b+  
12Sfenta7b  
13Diedro6b+  
14La rondula7a+  
15Tet7b  
16Trebe7b  
17Versch nei dun g6a 2
18L. Cianton6c  
19Luna colma8a+  
20Pan yega8a  
21Adrenalina7c+  
22Via del barbetta6a  
23Piti tet6a+  
24Yurmans6c  
25Yurmans a sinistra6a  
26Yurmans a destra6b  
27Bendao vaga nia6b  
28Ivuere6b  
29L Tavel8a  
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One of my favourite sports crags in the Dolomites. Well worth a look!
James Rushforth - 24/Jul/10
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