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Something about Fraioli


The crag of Fraioli was discovered by Andrea Imbrosciano in the early nineties, and equipped by him after a conspicuous gardening.

It’s a vertical (somewhere slightly overhanging) wall of excellent limestone. The routes are of a medium height. The space under the routes is wide and comfortable, and the approach is short and easy.

The rock wall is situated in a private property, thus pay attention and cause as least disturbance as possible.


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, (just after a Supermarket GECOP) turn right toward Roccasecca; continue along the SS6 Casilina road for about 6km passing a traffic light. Just before the center of Roccasecca, turn left toward Santopadre. Continue for 3km and 600 m, up to a junction with an uphill road on the left (Via Monticello del Carmine). Take this uphill road on the left and continue for about 1 Km up to a widening on the right where you can park your car (causing as little hindrance as possible to the free flow of traffic).