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Nuovi Orizzonti

First ascent: François Cazzanelli, Jules Pession, Francesco Ratti 21/01/2017
By: Francesco Ratti
Area: Central Alps, Group: Valtournenche, Height: 950m, Country: Italy, Region: Valle d'Aosta

Beautiful ice climb that offers some modern mixed sections and techincal ice climbing.

DESCENT

Abseil down the route (60m rope); all belays are equipped with bolts except for the last one of Livello Inferiore, which is on a tree.

GEAR

Full ice climbing rack, some short ice screws, medium Friends (#0,4 a #1 BD) long slings to avoid the rope drag (above all first pitch of Livello Inferiore.

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WI4+, M7, R

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80m

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