• Biellesi rock climbing wall

Biellesi rock climbing wall

Resorts: Donnas

The Biellesi wall is named after the fact that the wall was bolted by climbers from Biella. The wall is vertical in the first sector and steep in the second. Its success is due to the beauty of its routes and the fact that it is a good workout for average to expert climbers.

Technical Information

Route

Wall ascent: from the parking lot, climb the Roman road to the stone staircase with a chain rail near the beginning of Donnas. Follow the path. The first wall is 5 minutes down the road and the base of the most popular sector is 5 more minutes down.

The wall over the Roman road owes its success to the beauty of its routes and the fact that it is a good workout for average to expert climbers. Holds are mostly crimps and jugs but there are also backhand and vertical holds, everything you need for an athletic and technical climb. Bolting is good with resin pitons in crags and fixes on vertical routes. Be careful of the exposed natural ledge at the base.
The activity requires technical experience. Alpine guide assistance is recommended.

Descent: Stops have chains and belays and climbers abseil down on 60 meter cords.

Minimum, maximum and average route difficulty from 5c to 8c, average 7b.

Total number of routes: 31

Average length is 25 meters with a minimum of 18 and maximum of 27 meters.

Recommended times

from 01/03 to 30/11

Difference in level

30 m.

See also

Alpine guides

"Compagnie des Guides de Arnad- Vallée d'Aoste" Alpine guides association

Arnad

The last association to be founded, a member of the Unione Valdostana Guide di Alta Montagna.

The aim of “Compagnie” is to offer classic high-mountain tours, Ice, Climbing, High-mountain and off-piste skiing, as well as teaching the former, and in …

Note - this information is not directly connected to the Cammino Balteo path but it is part of the Aosta Valley tourist offer.