Climbs 29
Rocktype UNKNOWN
Altitude 1235m a.s.l
Faces SE

La Cava © Patrick Daniel

Crag features

The climbing here is on red porphyric rock and provides a nice change from the surrounding Dolerite / Limestone. The climbing is predominantly on small edges and thin cracks, good finger endurance is required. The crag stays dry in light rain.

Approach notes

When driving from Selva the crag is on the right just after Ortisei. The crag is visable from the road.

One of my favourite sports crags in the Dolomites. Well worth a look!
James Rushforth - 24/Jul/10
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
1 Scurcetl
-
6c+  
2 L'or da pilat
-
7c  
3 Jumbierch
-
7b+  
4 Se paia
-
7b  
5 Senza nome #1
-
7c 3
6 Senza nome #2
-
6b 2
7 Senza nome #3
-
6b  
8 Gran tet
-
6b+ 2
9 Viva la fiii...
-
6c  
10 Lizia
-
7b  
11 Plata
-
7b+  
12 Sfenta
-
7b  
13 Diedro
-
6b+  
14 La rondula
-
7a+  
15 Tet
-
7b  
16 Trebe
-
7b  
17 Versch nei dun g
-
6a 4
18 L. Cianton
-
6c  
19 Luna colma
-
8a+  
20 Pan yega
-
8a  
21 Adrenalina
-
7c+  
22 Via del barbetta
-
6a 2
23 Piti tet
-
6a+  
24 Yurmans
-
6c  
25 Yurmans a sinistra
-
6a 2
26 Yurmans a destra
-
6b  
27 Bendao vaga nia
-
6b  
28 Ivuere
-
6b  
29 L Tavel
-
8a  

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