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Crepe de Oucera Alte

Crepe de Oucera Alte is Cortina's most visited crag.

The bolting of the climbing routes began about 30 years ago.

Thanks to the favourable orientation, you can climb this crag from April to November. With strong heat, however, this crag should be avoided.

The routes are ideal for both technical climbing and endurance climbing and are therefore suitable for medium-strong climbers who have intuition and knowledge of the rope manoeuvres.

This crag also has routes with two pitches, which bring out all its beauty.

Technical details

  • Height.: 1700m
  • Orientation: south
  • Number of pitches: 81
  • Grades: from 5c to 8b+
  • Rope: 80 m
  • Quick-draws: 16
  • Approach: 5 minutes
  • GPS coordinates
    DMS 46°30'27.0"N 12°04'40.0"E
    DD 46.507500, 12.077778
  • Equipment: normal mountain climbing gear consisting of:  
    -climbing backpack
    -climbing rope, 60 m
    -climbing shoes
    -2 anchor slings, 3 m each
    -4 slings, 1,8 m each
    -2 screwgate carabiners
    -8 quick-draws
    -cams, medium size
  • Nearest mountain hut: Malga Peziè de Parù
  • You can find more information on this topic in the guide "Crags in Cortina d'Ampezzo" published by the climbing group "Gruppo Scoiattoli Cortina" in 2016.
  • The description of this crag was kindly provided by the mountain guides „Gruppo Guide Alpine Cortina“.
Gruppo Guide Alpine Cortina

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