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Friday, 17 January 2014 10:09

“Giants’ Pudding” (Monte Chessarvia)

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Huge rock massif that resembles a pudding. The climbing style is merely traditional. Some routes have been bolted with pegs and expansion-typed rock anchors by the mountain troops (ALPINI). It is composed of limestone with many cracks in the rock. 18 routes from 3 to 6+ with many possibilities.

Locality: Cala Gonone

Description: Huge rock massif that resembles a pudding. Traditional climbing. Some routes have been bolted with pegs and bolts and expansion-typed rock anchors by the mountain troops (ALPINI). It is composed of limestone with many cracks in the rock

Orientation – cardinal direction: Facing north-east

Pegging: Pegsand bolts resp. expansion-type rock anchors on some routes. Cords on the spot; take nuts and cams with you.

Height: the routes are from 150 to 200 metres long

Number of routes: 18 routes from 3 to 6+ and many possibilities

Ropes: 2 ropes of 50 metres each

How to get there: Take the track to the BUDINETTO, but instead of going towards the sheepfold, turn into the small road on the left, proceed for 100 metres and leave your car on the open space on the right; it will take 10 minutes to arrive at the foot of the vertical wall.

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Additional Info

  • latitude: 40.2862
  • longitude: 9.6196
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