Climbing is not easy at Cornalba. There are few handholds so every move has to be carefully considered. Bruno Tassi “Camos” and Gianandrea Tiraboschi found this out when in 1980 they sensed something incredibly beautiful above them which would allow them to train close to home without having to wait for the weekend to escape to France’s Verdun slopes. They enthusiastically started rigging the cliff so they could climb it, or free-climb, and today the Corna Bianca has more than 132 climbing paths with few pitches under 6o. On the slopes of the “Monolith of the Gods” climbing enthusiasts can test their skills on stretches requiring far superior techniques than for simple climbs, which is why the ‘horn’ has become so popular nationally and internationally.