where one can find also 3-d model of Saleve.
The knowledge of Saleve is very well provided in plenty web pages. I don't want to bring any new information with this post but rather to summarize that and maybe point out some issues at specific routes.
Touristic paths: link
1-length routes: stone
Longer routes:Morgans main-wall
Please inform me in case that you have any other nice source of information!
(I hope I don't have to tell this but:)
- Some of the tourist paths are very difficult!
- Stones are falling down very often, wear the helmet even for walking tours!
- Don't go there when it is raining, it is limestone!
- There is a risk that big part of the rock falls down. Please see the warnings down at the parking place close to the tennis courts.
Some of our experiences
L'arête des Etiollets
|inside the crevice|
Le Jaunethis is one of the very old and classic routes. It has two lengths of 4+, maybe 5 if you choose the outside variant for last 10 m. It is very nice route with nice view. The problem is that it is very slippery. The rivets are also quite far from each other so we used our own gear for securing at least at two places.
we continued Le Jaune with Le Balcon which is 5+ 15 m long. Also slippery but very well secured so it doesn't matter too much. The Balcon itself is amazing place when one can sit for hours.