• zed9
    26/05/2019 at 14:45

    ferrata del Partusacc: F / Facile; short, simple, but not trivial.

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  • Massimo Loriato
    29/04/2019 at 09:53

    Ferrata really short and it's worth it only if combined with the previous Falconera, so as to link them both and then eventually stop at the excellent vantage point with stone planks 5min from the end also of the Partasacc.

    Start at 5min from the end panel of the Falconera, start downhill with passage for two caves (Tom's hole and Riparo di Luna) of little interest, then traverse rich in brackets, ascent (Scale of the white vein) which is the only point really interesting for the very long white vein and the peculiarities of the rock, then the final ledge (Cengia del falco) which brings back on the path 5min beyond the start.

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  • Filippo Rosi
    13/02/2019 at 15:00

    Combined with the nearby Falconera. The via ferrata is elementary. Just to complete the tour before returning.

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  • Alessandro Iotti
    19/08/2018 at 20:21

    I did the Partusac after finishing the Falconera. The Partusac is a didactic ferrata and rather simple as well as short. Only a short series of vertical passages with many brackets require slightly more attention.

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