Paretine Bianche - Foresto – Paretine Bianche

  • The White Paretine cliff, also known as the Pareti Marmo, owes its name to the color and the origins of the rock. The cliff was created on the remains of an old white marble quarry. In the seventies it was discovered, by the then young climbers of the Mucchi Selvaggio and in particular by Giancarlo Grassi who opened almost all the streets. In more recent times, 1991, the wall has been taken over and valued by Daniele Rey and Giancarlo Mattiel, two of the most active chiodatori in the valley, in particular the Foresto area, which after a long cleaning and re-equipment, gave us a cliff practically perfect. The style of climbing is mainly the slab resting, often very smooth where the adherence is pure and the very small notches, but there are some vertical routes of high difficulty, and some other short and well-clad in elementary difficulty. The nailing is excellent, with a 10 mm spit-fix. or with resinated taps, the drops are equipped with chain and rapid maillon. The site is particularly suitable for beginners and mid-level climbers, recommended in the middle seasons and in sunny winter afternoons, to avoid in summer or in too hot periods.

  • Crag: Foresto – Paretine Bianche
  • Sector: Paretine Bianche
  • N. Routes: 29
  • Level: 3a/7c+
  • Beauty:
  • Update: 2015/03/06
  • Reads: 2707

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