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Monte Agner

  • Grade context: FR
  • Ascents: 1
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Summary

Monte Agnèr (2,872 m) is a mountain of the Dolomites located near the village of Taibon Agordino in Belluno, northeast Italy.

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One of the most famous lines of the whole Alps. The longest line of the Dolomites. Often done in 2 days with a bivouac. The numbers of pitches is subjective (indicatively 35 pitches). First 950 m in the III and IV grade (up to pitch 18); Second part around IV+ up to 1450 m (up to pitch 29) and the final 200 m (30-35 pitches) of head wall of V and V+ with one pitch of VI-. Then 150-200 m of easy scrambling to Monte Agner peak (2872 m). Bivouac is possible at the end of pitch 18 (large comfortable grassy ledge) and at the end of pitch 29 (small ledge, 2 ppl). Few pitons along the line, many old ones along the hardest final part.

FA: Celso Gilberti & Oscar Soravito, 1932

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