Arco di Trento - Placche zebrate

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  • The Zebrate plates are a long gray limestone slide located at the foot of Monte Brento. The placconate, smooth and very compact features, furrowed by numerous well-articulated and appealing canyons have made it an ideal place for climbing on medium difficulty. The routes almost never present characteristics of strength, but rather technique and adherence. Completely re-equipped in 1992 with resin-coated nails, the Zebrate plates offer a wide range of routes from 100 to 500 m in length. Easily accessible and thanks to the favorable climate of the Valle del Sarca they allow fun and interesting climbs throughout the year.
  • Access: To reach the Zebrate Plains, take the state road 45 bis that connects Arco to Trento: passed the village of Dro (Km 3) for those coming from Arco, and immediately after the village of Pietramurata (Km 4) for those coming from the north, on the side of the road you will find a large car park next to the IP distributor and the well-known Bar Placche Zebrate. After leaving the car, continue north along the state road for about 200 m. Then on the left, take the comfortable path that leads to the base of the wall along the pine wood.
  • Crag: Arco di Trento - Placche zebrate
  • N. Routes: 19
  • Level: 3b/6c+
  • Height: 410 mt.
  • Beauty:
  • Exposure: East
  • Rock: gray limestone
  • Latitude/Longitude
    N 45.9980º/E 10.9197º
  • Latitude/Longitude
    N 45.9994º/E 10.9257º
  • Coordinates Precision:
  •  Mainteners / Best Wikiers: Maverick111: 20, diego.vicentini: 1, lennyp: 1,
  • Update: 30/06/2013
  • Reads: 24437

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Sectors (Routes)

N. Name Routes Grade
1 Placche zebratePlacche zebrate 19 3b/6c+
N. Name Length Level

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