This is without doubt one of the biggest crags of the valley. It is well visible from the bottom of the valley and contains 60 routes mainly in the grade range from 6 to 7. The routes go up on slightly overhanging walls of optimum grey red limestone with tufas and crimps and mainly favour stamina climbing. The Terminal is one of those climbing areas, which will never stand out in any climbing zone and has become a favourite of those climbers who love “homogenous” routes.
The bolting of the central sector and the entire right side of the cliff in recent years completed the work of this wall, which occupies a place among the top of the valley.
The cliff is not visible from the parking spaces, which lie a couple of hundred metres the road.The path parts on the right side of the stream and leads around a water cistern and then continues along some terraces past the junction on the left where on continues to the right. The path then leads uphill along a slope, goes over a vague crest and leads below the now visible crag. Attention has to be paid not to miss the turn off on the left, which leads slightly steeper uphill to the base of the crag (10 minutes from the car park).
Like for the Erboristeria and the Enoteca. From the junction at Martinetto follow the road to Castelbianco for 4.5 kilometres (10 km from the motorway exit). Close to a wide right bend of the road the big grey red wall of the Terminal is visble above the road. Park a couple of hundred metres after the Agriturismo da Ferruccio and pay attention to neither block the road or park in the private parking spaces. Some other spaces are found a little further along right after the stream close to a group of houses.