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Bouldering in Spriana

 

ACCESS: from Sondrio take the road to Valmalenco which runs for about 8 km until the detour to Spriana (take the bridge on the right to cross over Mallero stream). Go up the winding road just before the houses, leaving the car in the large square on the left and shortly after the little church.
The boulder area is located immediately upstream the road.

Climbing is of granite style on flat and fenced grips, more athletic on notches in the boulder sector of the Church, one of the most frequented. Southwest exposure, it will have sun late in the morning. Obviously, being the area placed on private grounds, it is recommended to climbers the utmost discretion and cleanliness of the place.

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