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Castello dell'iride South West Sardinia, ITALY
Climbs 50 – Rocktype Limestone – Altitude 88m a.s.l – Faces S
This crag overlooks the entrance to the disused Porto Flavia metal mine. Climbs are mostly steep slab and wall climbs on good holds invisible from the base. some have 2 pitches, some require a 70 or 80m rope. Most have the names painted at the base. Belays are either chains or double glue-in 'french stances'. Some of the latter are becoming worn by topropers and starting to gain edges so pay attention to those. The crag starts to go into the shade around 2pm.
Pietra di Luna (5th Edition) (2011), Pietra di Luna (4th Edition) (2002)
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Park in the marked gravel carpark just before the mine gate, follow a footpath to the mine and head up right just before the building by a yellow warning sign (painted sign 'Falaisie' on a rock). The path leads through the rockfall catch fences to the base of the crag in ten minutes or so.
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