Via Fabio Comini it follows a logical line up the Padaro rock face, past pumpy and varied climbing along chimneys, corners and cracks.
The six pitch outing is about 180 meters high and, although fairly short, is nevertheless demanding. The rock quality is good and the climbing is protected by a mix of pegs and slings on threads and trees and, where necessary, bolts on the most exposed and demanding sections. Obligatory VI, two sections of VIII or VII/A1. All belays are equipped with two bolts; one with an abseil ring.
We believe this route, despite being short, offers fun climbing, is highly satisfying and above all a great way to remember a truly extraordinary person.... Fabio Comini.
The climb is located in Padaro, about three kilometers above the village of Arco (TN) as you head up towards San Giovanni al Monte. Pass the village Padaro, continue along the road and after exactly two kilometers park in the large layby; alternatively, continue for 300 meters and park on the side of the road in the corner, next to the metal bar.
From the top of the climb follow the track with red markers up through the woods and past some easy scrambling; then descend a steep gully and then continue through the woods until you reach the base of back the wall. From here return them to the car via the approach route; the entire descent is clearly marked. It takes about 25-30 minutes from the top of the climb to return to the car.
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