250m, 7 pitches.

Rockfax Description
A fantastic chimney climb on good rock. It often suffers from seepage.
Start at the base of the face's rightmost chimney.
1) IV+, 30m. As for pitch 1 of Via Goedeke.
2) IV, 20m. Continue up the chimney, passing various chockstones, then move onto the right wall for a couple of moves. Move back left and climb the chimney to a small ledge and two pegs.
3) IV, 45m. Follow the chimney direct, circumventing two successive bulges on the left, to reach a small ledge.
4) III+, 40m. Continue in the same line, moving onto the right wall briefly, then back left.
5) IV-, 45m. Follow the chimney past large chockstones to a stance on top of the second of these.
6) IV+, 25m. Bridge up the chimney then, level with a peg, move left onto the face to reach a diagonal crack. Follow this back right to a well-pegged stance on top of another chockstone.
7) IV-, 45m. Continue direct up the chimney, passing a further three chockstones, then exit left. Belay on a good thread below the summit plateau. © Rockfax

FA. Castiglioni, Detassis 1935 15/Jun/1935

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Logged Ascents

User Date Style Notes & Partners
Rich Cross - Alpine Guides 10 Sep, 2018 Lead top 2 pitches great, lower part average...
with Hugh Reid
top 2 pitches great, lower part average...
with Hugh Reid
someonecalledtom 1 Jul, 2018 Lead dnf
daveclarke5 8 Jul, 2017 AltLd It's a long way to the first bolt on 6th pitch! Great route.
with Stephen
It's a long way to the first bolt on 6th pitch! Great route.
with Stephen
Hidden 31 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S
PPP 31 Aug, 2015 AltLd O/S Absolutely brilliant climb. Probably the best of all routes done in Dolomites. The approach is a little bit expensive and long (gondola and chairlift), but definitely worth it. We down climbed via ferrata which was wet and had some loose cable. Probably worth roping up or bringing proper VF kit rather than relying on improvised VF gear (slings and carabiners).
with Hidden
Absolutely brilliant climb. Probably the best of all routes done in Dolomites. The approach is a little bit expensive and long (gondola and chairlift), but definitely worth it. We down climbed via ferrata which was wet and had some loose cable. Probably worth roping up or bringing proper VF kit rather than relying on improvised VF gear (slings and carabiners).
with Hidden
Hidden 24 Jul, 2015 Lead O/S
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