torstai 20. maaliskuuta 2014

Spring climbing over Ledro Valley

Mika Huhtamaki

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Twisted winter holiday, we are climbing more than snowboarding. Well you got to do what feels good.  So today we visited Regina del Lago's sector A that is excellent choice for 6a/b climbers. We know the crag already but during the last summer we had only time to visit the B sector.,11.134644&spn=1.316543,3.172302&sll=45.871485,10.879383&sspn=0.08271,0.198269&geocode=FfJqwQIdoTKlACkFw9T_JFyCRzEPEtkJTkZ7hw%3BFT_auwIdkBOlAA&mra=dme&mrsp=1&sz=13&t=m&z=9Regina offers great views over Val di Ledro and routes are long and excellent for 5-6 climbers. Approach is relatively quick, about 20-30 minutes and the path is mostly clear to follow. Crag is hot during the summer days but excellent for the spring climbing. It should be climbable starting from February so it is definitely a place to visit during winter.

Our last visit was at the B sector and now when comparing the sectors they offer a varied type of climbs. Most of them are positive and some are slabs but A sector has also corner crags offering great variation to other routes. The right side of the A sector seemed to be more interesting when it comes to routes.

During the day we noticed that the air was full of dust that was also blocking randomly GPS, normally Lake Garda would be visible from the top. So if you wonder the photos that is most probably the reason. Great day, great crack. We will be back.


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Madonna di Campiglio, Regina del Lago, 20.3.2014 March

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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