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Traole climb

Located right behind Nago town and on the left of the road to Monte Baldo, Traole district features a highly equipped cliff

Traole climb

Located right behind Nago town and on the left of the road to Monte Baldo, Traole district features a highly equipped cliff. This is one of the most beautiful cliffs in the valley because of both its views and the quality of the rock. The nailing is excellent, since the climb has been equipped with new resin rings. The cliff boasts a wide array of tracks, with different levels of difficulty. They are all mainly on vertical plates: six sectors with more than 100 routes. West-facing, the cliff is often wind-beaten during the morning in the wintertime and in the afternoon during the summertime. The best climbing seasons are spring and autumn. Visitors can park either in the lower part, in the parking-lot provided next to the farmhouse or in the higher area, in the spaces provided next to the road. The cliff is at a 10-minute walk from here. 60 m ropes required.

 



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