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Description

Multi putch routes going to the top of the smaller peak Pizzo Monako

Access issues inherited from San Vito lo Capo

To access some sectors you need to cross fences used for cattle - be careful to not damage the fences

Ethic inherited from San Vito lo Capo

As of 2020 it's forbidden to bolt new routes as re-bolting is still the main focus.

Routes

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North face. One of the most repeated multipitch climbs in San Vito. Vertical walls of excellent rock, short overhangs and fully equipped. Faces north, but suffers from copious amounts of salt deposits.

FA: F. Calabrese, L. Cutietta & M. Oviglia

1 6a+ 35m
2 6b 15m
3 6b 40m
4 5c 45m
5 5b 15m
6 6b 40m
7 5b 40m
8 4b 40m

West face. Fully bolted, with sharp rock in some parts and a great view of San Vito gulf.

FA: F. Calabrese, L. Cutietta, M. Oviglia & E. Pinotti

1 4c 40m
2 5a 30m
3 5a 35m
4 4c 30m
5 4c 40m
6 3a

West edge. Historical route that is somewhat difficult to navigate and sparsely bolted. Generally solid rock, but some spots require attention.

FA: A. Gogna, M. Marantonio, M. Bonamini & R. Manfrè

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