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Approach

Park in town (best option seems to be on the one-way side-street that runs alongside the main street) and walk north along the side of the road and cross the bridge to the entrance of the tunnel.

a couple of meters before the entrance of the tunnel turn right and follow a narrow trail which soon forks and you can take the left option which turns steeply up a trail which leads to the first crag within a few minutes.

the paths arent super clear, when visiting the first time allow some extra time to find the correct crag...

(wear long pants, or try not to walk in the long scratchy grass too much)

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Author(s): B. Moretti, T. Sciannella, B. Vitale

Date: 2012

Climbing guide to the Sperlonga / Gaeta area with a total of 900 routes - mainly sport climbing routes and some classic climbing routes (long routes / multi-pitch in Gaeta).

Author(s): Fabrizio Antonioli, Riccardo Innocenti & Luigi Filocamo

Date: 2008

ISBN: 9788887890570

A comprehensive guidebook describes some of Italy’s best multi-pitch sea cliff climbing between the Circeo Cape and Gaeta, to north of Napoli (Nalpes).

Author(s): Riccardo Innocenti

Date: 2016

ISBN: 9788897299745

A comprehensive guidebook describing the rock climbing and sport climbing to the north and east of Rome.

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