Just south of Padua is the “Italian Boux” or so the guidebook would have you believe. Lumignano is a pretty and rather prosperous little town surrounded by pockety limestone crags.
Temperatures have soared into the high 20s and humidity must be over 100%. It’s pretty sticky! And inevitability heading to sector “Classico” has yielded some polished holds! The result set a cap of about 6a on ambitions for the day, and even those felt desperate! Impressive place though, and one for a return visit perhaps to a newer sector.