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Summary

A crag with a lot of history and routes in many grades. Sector A is the first one you reach when you hike up, routes are listed left to right, though.

Description

This crag is characterized by a long limestone belt that cuts across the forest located above Celva. Sectors A, B and C are the historical sectors where the first routes were bolted; the adjacent sector D (on the left) presents higher difficulties.

One of the first Italian 8c's was freed in Celva (Rolando Larcher, 1992), “L’arte di salire in alto".

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

Drive to Celva. There, follow the indications for Passo Cimirlo (which is actually Sella di Roncogno) and for the military observatory and, with a series of hairpin bends uphill, reach the highest point of the road at the Forte Sella di Roncogno where you park.

From the parking lot, go back a few tens of meters and take the path that starts between two houses in the direction of the already visible cliff. Turn right and, immediately after a rock-fence, take the path that climbs left up to the base of the cliff.

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Areas

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Style
Routes
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Height
Grades
A Sector
28
1
23m
B Sector
20
0
22m
C Sector
8
0
20m
D Sector
18
0
25m

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