Ascends the Plattenturm right of Lasciami-li. It is apparently sustained and enjoyable. No topo. Excellent protection (take Friends 21/2–3) and good stances.
Access: Some 10m right of the start of Lasciami-li.
Description: (Treat with caution.)
1. VI+ 50m. Climb up superficial cracks that go slightly rightwards and under an overhang. Get over the overhang on its right and find a stance a little way up.
2. VI 30m. Climb up a rib then go up left to a ledge under a noticeable arête.
3. VI+ 30m. Go over to the left under the arête and get onto a large slab furrowed with cracks.
4. VII 45m. Continue up the cracked slab to its top by a small plant (shrub?).
5. IV 35m. Climb a less cracked slab to reach a grassy ledge.
Descent: Possibly abseil or use the Plattenturm-SE Ridge gully.

A. Alioscha, M. Folini and C. Lorenzo 1989

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Tom Blake 16 Jul AltLd O/S
khalidq 7 Jul AltLd O/S Well we blundered about a bit. First route of the trip, didn't get off to the most promising start. We started on Lasciami-li but in what I thought was rubbing the first two pitches together, I got us onto Buttami-Giu. Tom took us even further right on his next pitch. Whatever that was liked hard as nails so I switched is back to this route, this next pitch of which looked hard as nails. Tom's lead was a learning experience. Learning the granite bridging, lay backing and bridging and learning not to keep your phone in your pocket if you're thinking of taking off down the crag several times. The route, btw, was fine.
Well we blundered about a bit. First route of the trip, didn't get off to the most promising start. We started on Lasciami-li but in what I thought was rubbing the first two pitches together, I got us onto Buttami-Giu. Tom took us even further right on his next pitch. Whatever that was liked hard as nails so I switched is back to this route, this next pitch of which looked hard as nails. Tom's lead was a learning experience. Learning the granite bridging, lay backing and bridging and learning not to keep your phone in your pocket if you're thinking of taking off down the crag several times. The route, btw, was fine.
mattgrange ?Jul AltLd Pretty hard for my tired fingers and toes, Kris ran the middle pitches together into one mega-pitch. The top pitches seemed rather looser and line a bit more wandering.
Pretty hard for my tired fingers and toes, Kris ran the middle pitches together into one mega-pitch. The top pitches seemed rather looser and line a bit more wandering.
Tom.Priestley 17 Jul, 2017 AltLd O/S Led P2 onwards. Bolts everywhere so route finding can be confusing. Awesome main pitch up the cracked slab. Some wires and cams useful.
Led P2 onwards. Bolts everywhere so route finding can be confusing. Awesome main pitch up the cracked slab. Some wires and cams useful.
Tom.Priestley 16 Jul, 2017 Lead rpt First pitch only. Lowered off one bolt.
with Amyjane
First pitch only. Lowered off one bolt.
with Amyjane
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