I began developing Monte Terlago about 5 years ago. As soon as I saw the crag I knew it would be home to some beautiful routes but after having bolted the first two I "had to" leave this beautiful piece of rock and devote time to another big project. About 3 years ago I returned to this place and with the help of Luca Forti, Matteo Pavana and other friends we continued where I’d left off, adding many more routes. There’s still lot’s of work to do in the future as the face is huge!
The upper sector is slightly overhanging with sharp pockets and crimps. Some routes are long and require a good deal of courage to climb between one bolt and the next. The lower sector is completely different: pitches up to 30 meters in height, up tufas, crimps, pockets and slopers. The climbing is very powerful with bouldery cruxes followed by stamina climbing. Grades in the upper sector range from 6c to 8a, with in the lower sector they range from 6c to 8b/+. You can find all the routes and grades in the new guidebook ‘Arco e dintorni’ published by Versante Sud. Safe climbing
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