|Tre Cime di Lavaredo
Some of the most classic and famous climbs are found on the Tre Cime (Drei Zinnen).
The Mega-Classics include the Preuss-Riss on Cima Piccolissima, (Preuss,1911), The Gelbe Kante on Cima Piccola(Comici), The Comici and the Hasse-Brandler(Hasse,Brandler,Löw,Siegrist 1958) on the North-Face of Cima Grande, the Cassin and the Schweizerweg(Weber,Schelbert 1959) on Cima Ovest. The Comici is arguably the most famous climb in the dolomites. The routes are crowded all summer during good weather.
The rock quality is basically poor but good on the classics, because the loose holds disappear. Mostly crimps.
Get an early start to avoid crowds on the Comici.
The North-Face of Cima Ovest is home to two of the hardest routes in the Alps, namely Panaroma (14b) and Bellavista (14b) which both follow incredbly steep and spectacular lines. These amazing routes were first ascended and free climbed by Alexander Huber.
There are also some nice boltprotected climbs by C. Hainz.(phantom der Zinne(13a), Oetzi trifft Yeti(12b)...)Take some gear. Better wait for warmer weather with no thunderstorms, for ideal conditions.
If it's too cold for the North Faces you can climb the Yellow edge or Oetzi trifft Yeti(noon-evening sun) on Cima Piccola)
From Cortina drive to Misurina and then to Rifugio Auronzo.
Obvious approach from the parking lot at the hut.
Go around left for Cima Ovest and right for the rest.
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Comici 5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ E3 5b Trad, Alpine, 15 pitches, 1475'
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Cime Grande, West Face -- "Dulfer" 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c Europe
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Excellent, sustained climbing on great rock up the west face of Cime Grande. A fun, quick route to the top. p1. Climb atop a short (5m) pillar on the left, then trend hard right to gain a ledge in the left-facing corner (5.7, 150 ft)p2. Stem and layback up the hand-crack in the corner (5.8, 100 ft)p3. Stem straight up the corner another (5.7, 150 ft)p4. Continue up the corner to a huge boulder at the base of a chimney. Make exposed face moves out right, then back left on top of the boulder for a...[more] Browse More Classics in International
Latest Regional Forum Messages
From: Sheffield, SY
Sep 28, 2013
Tre cime has dozens of routes. Separating this into sub-areas, such as each peak, and even sub-sub areas with each face would be worthwhile to facilitate the development of this area as people add routes.
|By Ken Trout|
From: Golden, CO
Dec 18, 2013
I found this map at a gas station along the freeway in Austria (www.freytagberndt.com).
| || Road-map to Tre Cima/Drei Zinnen |
| || Morning @ Rifugio Auronzo. |
View of Toll Road to Misurina.