Climbs 402
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 153m a.s.l
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Martin McKenna working Lester Pearson in Oltre Finale. © James Rushforth

Crag features

Lots of variations of limestone styles from amazing tufas, big caves, chipped horror shows and crimpy lovelyness. all excellently bolted and mostly with fixed lower offs. A valley of endless fun!

There is a north side and a south side so suitable for all weathers. The easiest access and most obvious crags of Terminal and Erboristeria are also some of the best in the valley.

Full phone signal across the crags but no 4G if you are a Vodafone user.

Approach notes

On the north side of the road is the iconic Terminal crag with Acquario (same approach and turn left) and Granario (walk further down the road and head up) to the left and right side of it.

On the south side is the Erboristeria crag, walking further uphill there is Enoteca as a first stop and further up is Cineplex. Gemma is hidden behind Erboristeria.

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