North corner of Crozzon di Brenta
A great itinerary on the most severe peak of the Brenta group: with a difference in height of one thousand metres the route can be considered one of the great classic ridge climbs of the Alps. The start of the via is on the Martinazzi path, just to the left of the base of the ridge where there is a huge dihedron. Although the grade is not very high (max IV+), the day will be long, but very satisfying.
- Service and guidance of a certified mountain guide for the whole duration of the experience
Meeting point in the early afternoon at the office of the Madonna di Campiglio Mountain Guides.
Briefing & material check.
Transfer by car to Vallesinella and then walk to the renovated Brentei refuge where we will spend the night.
The next morning, after a good breakfast, we take, with the light of our headlamps, the path n.327 Martinazzi for the Bocca dei Camosci up to where it passes under the edge itself. We leave the path and start the real climb, which alternates between more vertical and easier sections; we continue more or less on the edge, trying to find the easiest part in the more difficult one. After a long and demanding climb we reach the summit, where we will find the bivouac named after Ettore Castiglioni. From this point, we descend along the normal route, using the short rope technique, reaching the Tosa peak, and then returning to the Tosa Pedrotti hut and Vallesinella following path no.318.