Climbing route on Cima Scotoni, Via Lacedelli Ghedina Lorenzi

This route was opened by L. Lacedelli, L. Ghedina and G. Lorenzi in 1952.

This climbing route is part of the history of mountaineering on the Dolomites and stretches out on an overhanging, smooth rock face where the possibilities of placing pitons to aid the climbers are very few.

Only the extraordinary skills and experience of these mountaineers could make this ascent possible even without pitons.

The perfect exposure towards South-west makes this route even more interesting and enjoyable, particularly in the sunny days when the sky is clear.

The yellow and red sandstone of this rock face is unique and amazing, especially in the last part of the route.

Information about the climbing route Via Lacedelli Ghedina Lorenzi

Number of pitches: 16

Difficulty level: 6°, AO the second pitch requiring free climbing techniques 8°.

Equipped with pitons.

Route length: 400 metres until the second ledge.

Duration time: 5/6 hours.

Equipment needed: the usual mountaineering gear.

Back and forth trip to the climbing site: on foot, on easy trail.


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