220m, 7 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A serious route and not to be underestimated. The rock is extremely compact and protection is hard to find. There is little fixed gear, the route finding is not obvious and the difficulties sustained. All that said the climbing is fantastic, on perfect rock, making the route a must for anyone comfortable at this level of climbing. Not recommended after rain as the middle pitches follow the black streaks created by running water. A set of tri-cams to use in the many pockets can help protect the route.
Start at the left side of the black-streaked vertical wall, just left of a steep corner-crack.
1) V+, 35m. Climb the crack, trending right to a stance.
2) V+, 35m. Traverse right on black rock to arrive directly below a niche 25m above. Climb a bulge then move diagonally left then steeply direct to step into the niche itself on its left-hand side.
3) VI-, 30m. Climb a bulge on the left of the niche, move right then follow a corner left to a thread.
4) V+, 30m. Make a traverse right then climb a steep wall diagonally right towards a niche.
5) V, 40m. Move right around the niche (also possible on the left) then trend left above to an easy-angled corner leading right.
6) IV, 40m. Follow the corner right to a thread.
7) IV+, 50m. Follow two corner-cracks right before moving direct to reach the large ledge under the summit.
8) III, 60m. Move right to reach the ridge, and follow this easily to the summit. © Rockfax

UKC Logbook Description
Follows a fairly direct line between the two obvious water streaks. Immaculate climbing on big pockets, but should be avoided when wet. 4 pitches of V+, followed by V, IV and IV+

Messner Brothers 1968

Ticklists: Classic Dolomite Climbs - Kohler/Memmel.

anja.sraj 07/Jul 2nd O/S

Very good route

with Matej Balažič "Piki"
alpinist63 21/Jul/15 Lead RP
greenclimb 16/Aug/13 Lead O/S
with Sarah
duncan 04/Aug/13 Lead O/S
with Hugo Glover
Hidden 29/Jul/13 2nd dog
Lenny ?/Jul/13 AltLd O/S
with Phil .N
rlade ?/Aug/12 -
with Rob McGregor
Neil Adams 09/Jul/12 AltLd O/S

E2 5b I reckon. Timed it perfectly - the thunderstorm started just after we topped out...

with Ally F
Alasdair Fulton 09/Jul/12 AltLd O/S

Hahaha, which comedian thinks this is HVS? E2 sounds closer to the money. Varied and interesting climbing. Dolomites classic climbs topo is a bit off...

drysori 03/Jul/12 AltLd

Cool line, some tricky route finding and a few runouts but good rock and great climbing.

Peter Holder 31/Aug/11 AltLd O/S

I rope soloed the first 3 pitches the day before.

with Matt Roberts
roberts1234567890 31/Aug/11 Lead O/S
Chris_barr ??/2011 Lead dnf

Rained off, never been so wet.

with Mike
GraMc 05/Jul/10 AltLd O/S
with henward
Hidden 20/Aug/09 AltLd
jimdanson 20/Aug/09 -
with dan middleton
Hidden 22/Jul/09 AltLd O/S
Hidden 22/Jul/09 AltLd O/S
dan gibson 29/Jul/07 Lead O/S
with martina
paola 05/Jul/07 2nd O/S

CAI Padova, corso alpinismo

chris wyatt ??/2007 -
alpinist63 21/Jul/05 AltLd
mattnuttall ?/Jul/04 AltLd O/S

first route after 8 years off. Cracking... hooked again :-)

with Jerome
NickJH ?/Jul/01 AltLd O/S
with RGraves
Hidden ?/May/00 AltLd O/S
rurp ??/1998 Lead O/S
Falko 01/Aug/73 Lead O/S
with TRE
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