May - September
West - North/West
Sarral - Rhêmes-Saint-Georges
Difference in level
The wall is made up of a wavy sector after which the wall is named. In line with modern climbing styles, this rock is furrowed with cracks and small holes and, even if many have been comfortized to make climbs easier, routes are multi-pitch. Routes are good for practice.
The wall is clearly visible from the road and includes a very steep sector to the left and a slightly steep sector to the right. It is good for endurance despite the short routes. Many holds have been comfortized where particularly difficult but endurance climbers still love the routes. Anchoring is good, made up with fixes with chain plus belay stops.
The activity requires technical experience. Alpine guide assistance is recommended.
Descent: Stops have chains and belays and climbers abseil down on 50 meter cords.
Minimum, maximum and average route difficulty from 6a to 8b+, average 7c.
Total number of routes: 30
Average length is 18 meters with a minimum of 12 and maximum of 22 meters.
Note - this information is not directly connected to the Cammino Balteo path but it is part of the Aosta Valley tourist offer.