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Dolomitspit

First ascent: Simon Kehrer, Manuel Baumgartner; Josef Willeit, Karl Unterkircher
By: Simon Kehrer, Mountain Guide
Area: Dolomites, Group: Puez - Geisler, Peak: Sas Ciampac, Height: 2672m, Country: Italy, Region: Trentino - Alto Adige

Beautiful south facing rock climb, recommended in spring or summer. Dolomitspit was first ascended over a period of three days from 2007 to 2015. Protected by pegs and trad gear, as well as some bolts at the belays. Calculate between 6 - 9 hours for a repeat. On the same face

Simon Kehrer and Christoph Hainz also established Rien ne va plus.
GETTING THERE

From Passo Gardena descend towards Corvara and park the car in the lay-by at the first hairpin bend. Walk up northwards across the alpine meadow for 50m, then follo the path rightwards towards Rifugio Forcelles. Once on the plateau below the South Face walk past the barn and then turn left shortly afterwards and follow the track to reach the base of the face.

ACCESS

From Passo Gardena descend towards Corvara and park the car in the lay-by at the first hairpin bend. Walk up northwards across the alpine meadow for 50m, then follo the path rightwards towards Rifugio Forcelles. Once on the plateau below the South Face walk past the barn and then turn left shortly afterwards and follow the track to reach the base of the face.

DESCENT

From the top of the route traverse left to reach the obivous path westwards to reach Forcella Crespeina and path # 2.
This path coasts past Rifugio Jimmy and leads down to Passo Gardena and the car.

GEAR

Full alpine rack, a set of Friends to BD C4 N. 3, hammer and pegs

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BEAUTY

stella stella stella stella stella

DIFFICULTY

VII

OBLIGATORY DIFFICULTY

VI

FACE

South

LENGTH

500m (550m length)

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