Intermediate belay -- often we just climbed until ...
Sweeping sheets of clean granite spread out over chains of mountains, the Bergell valley (Val Bregaglia) offers alpine adventures for the the plaisir climbers and many opportunities for more wild times.
A ring of huts provide base camps for the well-heeled (See Sasc Furä sascfura.ch/
and Capana di Sciora sachoherrohn.ch/main.asp?cid=3...
on the Swiss side, Rifugio Gianetti on the Italian side). Camping tolerated pretty much anywhere in the alpine.
See the Bergell description on the Italian page for more info. But a lot of the good climbing starts in Swtizerland!
To Sasc Furä:
Public transit: Train to St. Moritz, bus to Bondo. About 3 hr hike from town.
Car: purchase 12 chf toll in Bondo at the start of the mtn road, drive to the parking lot. Best path to the capanna starts at *bottom* of the parking lot, crossing the river immediately.
Climbing Season For the Switzerland area.
Weather station 13.9 miles from here
2 Total Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',1],['2 Stars',0],['1 Star',0],['Bomb',0]
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Awesome climb! Lots of diversity, 6a+ slabmoves and a 100m handcrack, next to beautiful exposed ridgeclimbing. Good rock.P1-9 <5b: straightforward. Climb straight up starting at the snowfield at a red arrow. Some bolts/pitons and bolted anchors. P10 5c: bolted, slabclimbing underneath a roof with a fingercrack. P11 5c+: chimneying and wide hands, great!P12 5c: handcrack, easy for the grade.P13 5c+: slab with some delicate climbing. Bolted, but runout. Last rappelstation.P14 5a: nice...[more] Browse More Classics in International
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