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Corna Rossa di Bratto

By: Gianni Tomasoni
Country: Italy, Region: Lombardy, Town: Castione della Presolana (BG)

Sunny crag in Valle Seriana, clearly visibile from the town Bratto. Seen from below, the limestone rock face unfolds in all its grandeur.

On the left side, the main sector is about 80 meters high and offers vertical climbing on reddish slabs. The routes are great fun in the mid / high grade region.

On the right, the sector Solarium is about 30 meters high and offers technical overhanging climbing up greyish red rock.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Valli bergamasche. Falesie e vie moderne di Yuri Parimbelli e Maurizio Panseri, Versante Sud

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