Small Crag, only 12 pitches but very varied in style and difficulty. Plunged in a beautiful natural environment, it is recommended the utmost respect for the environment as a protected area. ' The wind seems omnipresent and the altitude makes it a decidedly summer cliff. '' Material by: www.sentieridiroccia.altervista.org
Access: For those coming from the Valle dell'Agri, go along the valley floor of Racanello. Cross the village of Castelsaraceno and continue along the main road (SP36) to reach a gas station, zero point of our kilometer reference. From here, after about 2 km, turn left following the Favino Turistica signs. At 4km another fork on the left (Favinoturistica-Carbone). At the fifth km park near a fork. The crag is the obvious pillar to the west. ' For those coming from the Sinnica: Follow the signs for Castelsaraceno. After 14/15 km continue following the signs for Favinoturistica then park 50 meters before the shelter or ask the manager to leave the car in its clearing.
- Crag: Monte Armizzone
- N. Routes: 12
- Level: 5a/7c
- Height: 1300 mt.
Exposure: Globally, the sector is exposed to the South. For off-season climbing it is necessary to bear in mind that the "cumbersome" limestone pillar on which it climbs casts shade on itself, shadowing some streets in the morning and others in the evening.
- Gear: Excellent, all in Fix and stainless steel plates. Close or otherwise never long. A few notes of regret about the stops.
- Rock: Limestone with flint intrusions. Streets generally of plate on notches, some vertical ways and a slightly overhanging one.
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