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Summary

Forte di Civezzano is one of the largest crags in the area of Trento. It offers climbing on slabs and overhangs, long and short routes. Given the rather difficult grades, the crag is not very popular.

Description

Beautiful and comfortable sport climbing crag characterized by very compact limestone. The climbing is heterogeneous, from very technical routes to overhanging routes.

The sectors are sorted in sequence from right to left (looking at the wall) as you walk in starting from sector A.

Access issues inherited from Arco - Trento Area

Many crags in the area of Arco are located on private land and the huge popularity of climbing and the resulting crowds brought it with it, that issues with land owners popped up in the past and continue to pop up from time to time. Please be sensitive to regional closures and limitations to access. Stay informed and stick to local regulations.

Approach

From the highway exit at Trento Nord, take the road to Padua (towards Valsugana), follow direction Cognola and continue towards Civezzano. The car can be left near the Maso Cantanghel winery. Go back along the road, on the left you will find a stone wall flanked by a secondary road that leads directly to the cliff. The first sector is F. The sector A, on the other hand, is still under development.

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The crag was developed by Marco Molinari, Massimo Faletti and Armando Grisenti.

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