Skip to main content

Something about Colli


The crag of Colli, traditionally referred by native people as “I Pr’ton R’post”, was discovered and equipped by Andrea Imbrosciano  in the mid-90s. Between 2015 and 2017 Guido Silani added some new routes.

The climbing area is a red rock wall, mainly overhanging, with athletic routes of medium length. The holds are mainly crisp crimps and sharp pockets.

It’s East faced, thus ideal for climbing during the mid seasons. In summer it’s good for climbing during the afternoon (provided with some mosquito repellent).

During the hottest winter days you can climb in the morning.


Take the highway A1 Roma-Napoli and exit at Ceprano. Turn left at the first roundabout, then take the first road on the left and cross the bridge over the highway.

Continue straight. Once at a second roundabout take the first exit and continue up to a big cross road with the SS6 Casilina route.

Once there, take the Casilina route toward Arce (Sora-Cassino).

Once at the big crossroad with the SS6 Sora-Cassino (on the outskirts of Arce), near the cemetery, turn left toward Fontana Liri.

Pass the center of Fontana Liri Inferiore. Once at the cemetery of Fontana liri Inferiore continue for about 50m and turn left toward Colli.

After a tight hairpin there is a downhill stretch. Pass a right hairpin and a curve on the left and cross a small, alternating one-way traffic, bridge. Continue uphill, pass a right hairpin, a curve on the left and, just before the fuel station, turn right taking via Araetta (Araetta route). This route gets into via Vaglie S.Nicola (Vaglie S.Nicola route). Pass a steep uphill stretch (with an olive tree field on the left). After 1.5 Km, park your car in a widening on the right, just before a new uphill stretch.