Palestra Spiaggia delle Lucertole
Located south to the walls of the Corno di Bò, this legendary cliff is on your right when you merge from the second tunnel after Torbole, in a position where it looks straight down onto the lake waters. The best period for climbing is between June and December, if the "Ora del Garda" breeze is not too cold. The rock is a highly compact gray and white limestone. In terms of nailing, all the routes are equipped with spits (resin). The walls are vertical, with small finger holds, great friction and technique. Difficulties vary from 5+ to 7b+. A good number of the routes start off just a few meters away from the water, where you can rest on iron rungs. The climb requires both skill and technique. You can park right after the tunnel, or approximately 500 m further south, on the left.
The area boasts other climbing walls. Torbolino climb is located after the last tunnel, near the parking area on the left. It includes two tracks, one on the tunnel's left and the other on the right. The former features a 6a/6b climbing grade, while the latter overlooking the lake a 6b+. An easy wall is located on the right side of the tunnel before the beach. Its routes range from IV to V+ and are ideal for introducing friends and beginners to free-climbing techniques.