There are some awesome multi-pitch routes here. This wall is roughly 200m tall and 500m long. Bring a helmet and slings, and don't plan on going back to the base afterwards; take everything you bring on the route with you. The approach kind of sucks, but the routes are so good it's worth it.
Continue driving up the road all the way to the last hairpin before the fort (don't go all the way to the fort). Park at the obvious parking lot next to a picnic table. Walk down the path which is right in front of you as you drove in. Continue down this path, staying to the left. You'll reach a little old electricity hut, and shortly thereafter you'll see a path off to the right leading to a few stone houses with caved in roofs. You will find a ladder in the furthest hut leading down. Continue towards the cliff and you'll see the path following some fixed ropes down to the left. Continue following the fixed ropes the whole way down to your desired route.
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Kimera 5.11a Sport, 6 pitches, 500 feet, Grade II
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Kimera 5.11a International : Europe : ... : Parete Striata
Super cool multi-pitch outing! This route has a bit of everything with slab and overhangs.Pitch 1) From the vaguely marked name "Kimera" start straight up the slab and head to a comfortable belay stance slightly left of where you began. (5.10a) This stance is equipped with good bolts and is about 15 feet left of some rusty old bolts/anchor.2) Continue straight up the slab trending slightly right. The crux is right off the belay stance, which kind of sucks, but at least you get one bolt between y...[more] Browse More Classics in International