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Sass Dlacia North Couloir

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Area: Dolomites, Group: Fanis, Country: Italy, Region: Trentino - Alto Adige

A  stunning colouir that splits the North Face of Sass Dlacia in Alta Badia, Dolomites.

ACCESS

Ascend from the other side using the Lagazuoi cable car.

DESCENT

Two short abseils (bolt abseil) were equipped by Francesco Tremolada and Norbert Frenademetz in April 2013.

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400m - 5.1/E2/PD - max 45°

DESCENT HEIGHT DIFFERENCE

400m

DEPARTURE

Lagazuoi cable car

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