Perched high above the picturesque hamlet of Nago and nestled deep into the gentle slopes of Mount Baldo lies a long sliver of compact limestone: a near perfect crag, doubtlessly one of the most beautiful and interesting in the entire Arco area.Nago hosts almost 120 routes from 4c to 7c; all are long and technical and climb the steep vertical limestone slabs: stamina for the small crimps, and technique for the Verdon-like shallow pockets and runnels, are key to success. Most routes are graded 6a - 6c and this, coupled with the excellent bolting, easy access, south-facing orientation and splendid view over Lake Garda, render Nago extremely popular. At times unfortunately excessively so but, if need be, the routes in the upper sectors are usually less crowded. The crag faces south. Climbing is possible whole year but the best season for climb is spring and autumn. Climbing is possible in windless days in winter and afternoons in summer.