Dolomites climbing paradise
On the traces of famous alpinists
in the area of the Three Peaks and the Tre Scarperi Peak you can climb the most beautiful Dolomite classics – many impressive routes for all demands. Choose from many mountain tours in the Dolomites or take the opportunity to train in one of the climbing or abseiling gardens – here you’ll find routes of all levels of difficulties and lengths.
The mountain guide: he knows the most beautiful tours, he knows the best techniques, and brings you to the most beautiful peaks. With an experienced mountain guide at your side, a holiday in the mountains becomes the perfect adventure.
La torre alta 16 m a Dobbiaco
in prossimità del centro culturale del Grand Hotel, offre possibilità d’allenamento ideali per misurare le proprie capacità d’arrampicata.
Non è sempre necessario allenarsi su una parete scoscesa. Nella palestra di roccia Landro nei pressi del Lago di Landro in Val di Rienza possono allenarsi soprattutto principianti. Palestra ideale a pochi minuti a piedi dal parcheggio.
Rienza Valley Climbing Garden
The Rienza Valley climbing garden can be reached from Dobbiaco via the Val di Landro Valley in the direction of Cortina. A car park is located before Landro Lake on the left side of the road. From here you take the hiking path to the Locatelli Hut through the Rienza Valley. After 45 min. you reach the entry to the climbing garden. The lower area features many easy and well secured routes for beginners. The upper area features routes of medium and high levels of difficulty: one tour to 5c, six tours 6a – 6c, eight tours 7a – 7c, four tours above 8a.
Landro Climbing Garden
Access: from Prato Piazza approx 20 minutes on alpine path no. 3 until you see the climbing walls to your right. Steeply uphill for about 10 minutes to the climbing garden. Routes: approx. 35 tours, 7 of which are routes with up to 4 rope-lengths Level of difficulty: from 3b to 7a
Characteristics: This climbing garden is unique from a landscape point of view; the routes are secured. You climb on ground with a lot of holes, very rough, and where the rock is not secure everywhere, wearing a helmet is recommended.
Ponticello Climbing Garden
Access: from the first turn in the road to Prato Piazza within one minute Routes: approx. 25 one rope-length routes Level of difficulty: 3 to 7b
Characteristics: Easily accessible, very well secured climbing garden; mostly vertical to overlapping hiking along brackets and holes; ideal for families with children.
Kirchler Climbing Garden
Access: From the third turn on the road to Prato Piazza hike up along the left border of the gravel until reaching alpine path no. 3 to the Kirchler Ridge. Follow this path to the first routes for approx. 1 hour.
Routes: approx. 35 tours, 8 of which are routes with up to 7 rope-lengths Level of difficulty: from 6a to 7c
Characteristics: Due to the access alone, you could consider the Kirchler tours more as alpine sports climbing routes than climbing garden routes. The rock consists of compact limestone. The tours are secured. Alpine experience and a spirit of adventure are still necessary. All routes with several rope-lengths can be abseiled with a 60m rope.
Climbing halls in Alta Pusteria
Climbing hall Sesto
The climbing hall in Sesto is not only a challenge for climbing specialists, but also a breath-taking experience for viewers. One of Italy’s highest climbing hall (16.5 m) provides an alternative for adults and young mountaineers in all weather conditions. The climbing hall features approx. 45 routes from 3° to 8b+ on 500m², the routes are changed regularily. The hall further features a spacious boulder room. Rental equipment and climbing courses are offerd.
Climbing hall Dobbiaco
The Climbing Cente of Dobbiaco is with 23 meters the highest indoor climbing hall of Italy. The climbing centre boasts 23 m high climbing walls, 80 routes up to 28 m, with difficulty levels from 4B to 9A. The centre includes also a big boulder zone.
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