UKC

Climbs 63
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 107m a.s.l
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The steep and bouldery Porco Spino (7c+) at the Cerriolo West sector of Rocca di Cerriolo. © Emma Harrington

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One of the best sectors in the Trapani area. Routes on the South Face are mostly vertical, those on the North Face typically have to breach a large steep overhang.

Sector Cactus Garden is far up on the right-hand side of the crag, From the usual parking follow the track round away from the crag, and then up left until below the large building, an overgrown tree shaded picnic site is just up to the right. Access can be made from a gate at the top of the track if you can find it. Don't try to walk along the foot of the cliff, it is awful.

 

 

 

Approach notes

Park in the obvious wide open area about 200m in front of the crag.

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