Alberto Gnerro

He began to climb in 1986, and took part to the first international races competing with the great Edlinger-Moffat-Simon Nadin – Ben Moon with great results, until winning the third Italian title in 1992. In parallel he progresses the Outdoor experience and mostly challenged himself climbing on-sight top routes still unrepeated today reaching level 8b. […]

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Francesco Spadea

Class ’78. Now at the threshold of 20 years of rock climbing, competitions and training, I am always motivated to improve myself. On rock I climbed blocks up to 8a + and threw up to 8b; in the last year I finally got the qualification as a first level tracker waiting to get the second […]

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Gabriele Moroni

(1989, Galliate, Italy) He has been a point of reference for Italian climbing for more than ten years. Since 2001 he have been attending the juniores European Cup and the Juniores world cup. He won his first Boulder European cup on 2004, gaining the second position in the next years 4 times in a Boulder […]

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Martino Sala

He has been a route setter since 2009 and he has been working in RockSpot NordOvest from 2 years. He started climbing when he was four years old and he tried all climbing specialities: Multipich, Bouldering and several Lead in all Europe. He has been route setter for many competitions: the most important being Italian […]

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Andrea Zanone

I really love route setting, it’s not only a job… it’s my passion! And a way to share my passion for climbing to other people He started his activity as route setter 3 years ago and he actually works at RockSpot NordOvest as route setter, trainer and boulder specialist.   COME BACK TO ROUTE SETTER

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Antonio Zecchino

Have been climbing since 18 years old, with mountaineering experience and then practicing both Lead and Boulder reaching 7B and 7C level. FASI and CAI instructor. He manages the route setters team @ RockSpot NordOvest, got National 1st level Route Setter and practicing his skill set having set +400 routes so far.   COME BACK […]

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