Sass de Stria
The Sass di Stria, a minor peak within the Fanis group, is famous for its popular Spigolo Sud, an easy arête clearly visible from the nearby Passo Falzarego.
The base of its east face is weathered and slabby and hence ideal for beginners. Some routes were equipped long ago for the military "Alpini", but in 1996 a group of aspiring Mountain Guides bolted the entire wall, thereby creating one of the Dolomites', and Italy's, easiest crags
Passo Falzarego is reached easily from Cortina, Livinallongo or Caprile. Continue towards Passo Valparola to a car park on the left near a large boulder. A path leads downhill to the wall, clearly visible from the road.
Easy angled slab climbing.
About 40m to the left of the crag there are 4 routes (III-IV) that are not bolted but which have a bela
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