perjantai 4. lokakuuta 2013

Val di Nava, Falesia della luna

Mika Huhtamaki

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The Val di Nava region is easy to access and quickest approach to a crag from the parking takes only three minutes (to Il Pilastro). At the range of ten minutes walk from the parking you can easily access total of seven crags. 

Our choise of the day was  cliff of the moon, as the name says. It is located a bit further away about 20 minutes walk from the nearest parking. Crag surroundings are nice and it offers recently bolted routes with excellent rock quality and reasonable route lenght with grood views from the top. Approach is well marked and easy to follow. Crag offers good setting for a climbing day, it has total of 12 routes from 5b to 6b. Majority of the lines are graded 6a+. 

Grading of the routes is quite tight but precise and good for 6a and 6b climbers. Tight grading means that usually routes are demanding for their grade and on some other places you could climb similiar routes graded + higher.

Routes started nicely from an open area and it was quick to switch from one route to another. Maybe that was the reason why we completed total of seven routes and most of them being 6a:s. Recommended crag becasue of good bolting, well graded routes and good rock quality.  

Nice surroundings.
Heta leading 5c, Pollux.

See all photos:
Finale Ligure,Val di Nava, Falesia della Luna, 4.10.2013

Mika Huhtamaki / Author & Editor

Mika Huhtamäki is a part time amateur rock climber, mountain biker and a snowboarder from Finland who travels often in Italy.

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