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Monte Pulchiana

  • Grade context: FR
  • Ascents: 1
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Description

Trad and sport climbing area Monte Pulchiana: https://www.climbingsardinia.com/topos/sector/monte-pulchiana/

Approach

From the road enter through a wooden gate and follow a narrow path through the bushes (not easy to find the right one), keep slightly left and watch out for stone piles that help you find the right way which becomes more obvious once you are in the steeper slopes.

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Grade Route
1 5c 40m
2 6a 25m
3 4c 20m
4 6a+ 30m

The route follows the very obvious quartz vein on the southeast side of Monte Pulchiana which one can easily spot on the approach - follow the stone piles to find the easiest path (close to the entrance you need to find your way through/around big boulders blocking the way).

P1 and P2
Follow the obvious line up the slab (P1) and continue until you reach a ledge with a very comfortable belay(P2). P3: Easy traverse along the ledge to the right (only two bolts!) until you reach the next belay point. P4: up the slab that gets easier and less steep the further you go up until you reach the anchor.
Rappell
from the top (P4) > P2 > P1 with 2x60m. If you have 2x70m ropes you can skip the uncomfortable P1 and go directly from P2 to the ground.

FA: climbers from Lecco, 2000

1 5+
2 5
3 5+
4 2
5 6

FA: M. Marrosu, A. Molinu & A.Baldino, 2000

1 5b 50m
2 5a 30m
3 5a 50m
4 2 20m
5 5a 40m
6 4 40m
7 6a 30m

friends up to #5 useful, rappell along Pochaontas

FA: Guido Azzalea & Gabriele Beuchod, 1981

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