TUSCANY and ELBA
91 crags from the Apuan Alps to Argentario
Climbing in Tuscany is captivating, as no other place is, in all senses. Camaiorese, Sant’Anna di Stazzema on the Apuan Alps, Garfagnana, Elba, Porto Ercole in Argentario and a lot more: magnificent views of enchanted valleys, rock towers with routes for all sorts, following historical traces and gastronomic itineraries and then an island in the middle of a splendid sea where everyone agrees on the special union which exists between climbing and relaxation.
In this new edition, the author has integrated and completed material which was already present, as well as adding new sectors which go on to complete what is the Tuscan climbing heritage.
A rich photographic documentation makes the guide an important tool for discovering and promoting this splendid land even in terms of tourism.
Raffaele Giannetti. Born in 1985 in Carrara (MS) just in front of the Apuan Alps, mountains he has spent time in ever since he was a child, and which motivated him to approach sports climbing.
President of the Versante Apuano association which has been dealing with bolting for years as well as keeping crags clean and safe, and creating events apt to promote climbing in Tuscany and not only. In 2017 he opened The Wall, a bouldering gym half way between the Apuan Alps and Muzzerone.