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Update: last updated on 05/08/2010.


Aguja Val Biois (ca. 2550m).


Description

Named after a valley in the Dolomites (Belluno province) where one of the first ascentionists, Bruno De Doná lives. Except for the striking couloir in the east face, there is little that deserve attention in this peak.

Climbing history

In 1978, not long after the first ascent, Argentines Alberto and Eduardo Tarditti, and Alejandro Randis climbed small shoulder 6 pitches (5/A1) above the col of the Bloque Empotrado. They christened this shoulder Punta Lorena.

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Val Biois east

Aguja Val Biois - east face



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Aguja Val Biois and Punta LorenaEast face 1. South ridge 2. East Couloir 3. D.E. route West face4. Mi Mundo de ContradiccionesTraverseCare Bear Traverse

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