The False of Anticaprie is the most popular sector of the whole group of surrounding crags. The proximity to Turin and the convenience of access make it one of the best destinations in the area. ' The Angelo Piana nailing started in 1969, but only in the following years we see the development that leads to the wall we know today, thanks to the tireless work of climbers such as Isidoro Meneghin, Giampiero Motti, Ugo Manera and Gian Carlo Grassi. almost 90 lengths of rope with many ways of more shots. '' The wall was recently re-bolted and cleaned up during a project to revalue the mountain routes together with the creation of a new Ferrata, cycle paths and picnic areas, so that lately its attendance has greatly increased.
Access: Reach the village of Caprie along the SS25 or for those coming from Turin follow the SS24 to Susa. From the A32 motorway to the Frejus exit at Almese. Go over the junction for Novaretto and take a right at the next intersection for Caprie (via Torino). ' Go over the next crossroads taking the small road between the "Via Giardini" villas to a small open space in front of the "Convent of the Consolata Missionary Sisters", where you can park. Take the road that goes towards the walls, where you can read clear signs that address both the Falesia and the Ferrata.
- Crag: Caprie - Anticaprie
- N. Routes: 42
- Level: 3b/7c+
- Height: 420 mt.
Exposure: South. The wall is surrounded by a chestnut wood with a base in the shade. Climbable all the year except rare periods too sultry
- Gear: All spit with resinated taps and chain and in many cases there are carabiners at the end of the road. Although well spaced everywhere, in some shooting a little simpler the bolts are a bit far. Angelo Piana in 1969, Isidoro Meneghin, Giampiero Motti, Ugo Manera and Gian Carlo Grassi
- Rock: The rock is mainly composed of Serpentino.
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- Update: 02/12/2016
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