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Candela di Senden

By: Alpine Ice Tour
Area: Western Alps, Group: Valle di Gressoney, Peak: Monte Rosa, Height: 1610m, Country: Italy, Region: Valle d'Aosta

The first 30m are great, but then the climbing becomes slightly less interesting. An excellent end-of-the-day climb.

GETTING THERE

Take the Turin - Aosta motorway, exit at Pont Saint Martin and continue north along the SR44 into Valle di Gressone towards Gressoney la Trinitè (30 km circa). The crag is located on the right on the plateau before reaching Gressoney la Trinitè. Park the car close to the Senden dam.

ACCESS

From the car park cross fields to reach the base of the climb (3 min).

DESCENT

Abseil from the tree.

GEAR

Full ice climbing rack

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