Easy slab climbing overlooking the lake in Nago-Torbole
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The Corno di Bò is an easy slab wall overlooking the lake, 150m high, situated over the main road (Via Gardesana) between Torbole and Malcesine. There are 7 climbs that are multi and single-pitch, of 4c and 5b grades. The routes are well fitted and are suggested as good training for going onto the multi-pitch climbs.
You can climb here year-round. The crag is west facing and in the sun, virtually empty during the week but can get very busy at weekends.
The views are wonderful and you can see the whole of Lake Garda from north to south whilst climbing.
Type of wall
Type of climbing
feet on plates, inclined faces using hands more for balance
Type of route
single-pitch and multi-pitch
7 routes from 4b – 5c
Suggested rope lenght
excellent, resin coated rings
D. Depretto, C. Mattei
5 cars only
- Type of wall
How to get there
Coordinates 45° 50.937 N / 010° 51.816 E
The Face is 2km south of Torbole sul Garda. Access, coming from Torbole, is on the right before the tunnel.
- Climb is in full sunshine, on windy days you won’t find it too hot
- In the summer, don’t forget to bring the swimsuit
- The car park is really small so come by bike or scooter if you can
Rock climbing is a suitable sport for everyone but you cannot improvise: knowing the equipment and procedure to climb in safety is very important.