Altitude 2273m a.s.l
Nice climbing, some of the rock is dodgey though (feels a bit like Yellow Wall at Gogarth). Climbs tend to be overleaning on generally good holds (quite a lot of verticals and pinches). Well bolted. The central section has a capping roof, so it's possible to climb in the rain. Pitch lengths between 15m and 35m. Great views of Val Badia and the Sella massif.
Park on the last bend before Passo Valparola. Follow the old road gently down hill (not the track just below) in a northerly direction (towards Saas Dlacia) for 200m. Follow signs for path 20A and Rifugio Scotoni up a steep rocky gully for 20m then traverse north, crossing 3 worn gullies to arrive at the crag after about 15 minutes. Very easy!
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