It will definitely still be climbable in October, but it is a west facing crag and pretty shaded with trees and so can get very chilly once the sun goes in. Great camping down in the valley, but that also gets very cold in the mornings/evening once the sun has dipped behind the mountain ridges. Quite a rainy area of Italy but lots of the routes do dry out quickly.
Product News Pre-order now: Crack Climbing by Pete Whittaker
Press Release Beacon Climbing Centre... 25 years old today!
Digital Feature The Finest Crags in the UK & Ireland: Curbar
Fri Night Vid The Mapmaker: Bouldering in North Carolina
This week's Friday Night Video follows mapmaker Joey Henson who has been drawing stunning maps of the boulders in North Carolina for many years. The film follows Joey and a community of rock climbers as they climb, document and preserve the...