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Something about Triponzo


The Triponzo’s cliff lies along an ancient hollowed out in the rock road. It’s a fresh and not crowded crag, ideal during the summer. Discovered in 2007 by Roberto Fantozzi, Mirko Zambesi and Claudio Fantozzi, it offers a technical and various climbing on vertical or slightly overhanging walls.

The rock is an excellent limestone, and the location (an imposing - gorge of the Nera river.) is very nice.

Whereas the two oldest areas are recommended for summer climbing, the newest one (SuperTufonite), discovered and equipped by Maurizio Tufoni is a winter crag.


From Terni take the SS 209 road. Once at Borgo Cerreto village take to the right following the road signs to Cascia-Norcia. Pass through the gallery, and park on the left (cul de sac).

From Visso, follow the road signs to Terni. Once at Triponzo village go to the left direction Cascia-Norcia, then continue as mentioned above.

From Ascoli, go up to Norcia. Once at Norcia, go to the left toward Terni. Then go straight up to Serravalle. Few km beyond Serravalle, park before a bridge (cul de sac).