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Summary

The "Parete di San Paolo" is at the bottom of the valley while the "Parete di Monte Colt" forms the second level above it.

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

"Parete di San Paolo" is easily approached from the valley, either from Arco or coming from Ceniga. "Parete di Monte Colt" can be approached from Ceniga or also coming from the other side, via Laghel. Look at the individual sectors for details.

History

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The first explorer of these walls was Giuliano Stenghel who in the 80s opened some interesting routes. Later this wall was abandoned. Then, with the new wave of sport climbing, its real potential was rediscovered. The credit for this goes to Giuseppe Mantovani who created an incredible series of small jewels.

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