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Climbs 19
Rocktype Gneiss
Altitude 686m a.s.l
Faces N

Crag features

A perfectly steep crag, slightly overhanging as you go higher up. Some chipped holds on the blank slabby sections but the upper climbing predominantly on often juggy wavey features. Some very althletic sequences are needed as well as good stamina.

Bolts are all resin ring bolts with good spacing and the names of the climbs can be found at the bottom of each route along with its grade. 

Approach notes

On the main road (SS460) heading towards ceresole at the beginning of the valley you will come to the village of pont canavese. About 2km after this you will come into the village of Fasane (although not sign posted). In the village keep an eye out left for a big road bridge and take the turning crossing it. After the bridge turn left and keep following this road until it becomes a dirt track. Park somewhere just before the dirt track or 400m down it there are one or two discrete parking spaces. Please park considerately as farmed grazing land on either side of the track. 

From here continue on foot along the vehicle track for 10 minutes with a single track path going around a private property gate. Shortly after rejoining the vehicle track the other side of the gate the track will fizzle out and a good track leading up to the crag should be on your right (almost back on yourself) The crag should just about be in view from the start of this track. Follow it for 5 minutes to reach the base. 

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