The "usual suspects", Stefano and Momi Casarotto, Sergio Boato, Pol Murer (at the time known as Paolo Torresin) and Gianluca Bellin went to San Liberale for the first time in 1999 and discovered a huge wall of ivy... It was here that their vision came to life. They began to remove all the superfluous, to unearth the coveted face that lived below this green mantle. Days of hard work gave birth to this little piece of Frankenjura. A wall full of pockets, often a little sharp, that open this vertical dance with explosive moves and long reaches through the steep overhang that, when mastered without a fall, crown our strongmen egos. After removing more surplus vegetation, in 2000 the Pans Murer sector appeared, a rounded bulge with routes that are even shorter, almost boulders with a rope, that prove anything but trivial. Yet another climbing playground created and donated by this highly expereinced team of climbers.
Powerful pocketed limestone climbing, similar to that found in Germany's Frankenjura.
In some sections the rock needed consolidating and consequently there are some chipped/sikkad holds.
Dal Brenta al Piave Falesie in Valsugana e Monte Grappa, by Angelo Battaglia, Sergio Boato, Stefano Casarotto, Editore: Idea Montagna
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