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Lots of bolts but bring a rack of nuts and small-med cams to protect long runouts.

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FA: R. Galvagni & D. Filippi, 2009

FA: R. Galvagni & D. Filippi, 2009

FA: O. Piazza & I. Mascivecchio, 1990

FA: D. Pinamonti & V. Degasperi, 2011

FA: O. Piazza & G. Modena, 1981

FA: D. Filippi, 2012

4a, 4a, 5b, 5a, 4a

Guidebooks rate it 5a-5b, but feels 4c max. Well secured with bolts. Easy descent from top by walking down through a scree and then along trails.

FA: H. Steinkotter, 1969

5c, 6c, 6b. 6b, 6b, 7a, 4c

FA: Federico & Tommy, 2006

FA: R. Galvagni & D. Filippi, 2003

Difficult variant of the route Due Agosto. The second pitch overcomes a marked overhang.

FA: U. Lombardo, 2000

FA: M. Rivadossi, R. Steinhilber, M. Reboldi & C. Tonini, 2003

FA: M. Furlani & T. Weiss, 1978

FA: A. Giovanetti & M. Cagol, 1979

FA: R. Galvagni & D. Filippi, 2003

FA: A. Giovanetti & F. Stedile, 1981

FA: A. Andreotti & M. Rossi, 1971

FA: M. Furlani & R. Bassi, 1979

Beautiful and interesting variant which climbs very compact slabs, avoiding the first easy pitches of the route Teresa. Start is just to the right of the start of the route Teresa.

FA: F. Leoni & G. Bagattoli, 1981

FA: M. Pegoretti & E. Covi, 1985

5c, 3c, 4a, 4a, 3c, 4a, 4a, 5a, 4c, 5a, 5a, 4a, 4a, 4a

FA: A. Andreotti & M. Rossi, 1979

FA: 2000

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