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Get vertical in the Dolomites, truly a climber’s playground!
The Dolomites are a rock climber’s paradise. Sought after by climbers from around the world, there is terrain for every experience level here. Top roped climbs are perfect for novices and teaching; more challenging multi-pitch climbs are a great way to stretch your skills. What’s more? Unlike many other regions in the Alps, short “approaches” (the path to the base of a climb) let you spend your time climbing, rather than getting to the climb. And certainly no one complains about being surrounded by the incredible Dolomitic landscape when they’re here!
On our rock climbing trips, we’ll teach you the ropes – literally! Whether you’re a beginner learning to put on a harness for the first time, or an experienced climber looking for the next level of skill and adventure, our guides can lead you into (or higher up in!) the fascinating world of climbing. And, of course, all of our climbing trips are always led by UIAGM/IFMGA Professional Mountain Guides, ensuring your safety and enjoyment.
Please contact us for more information on booking your vacation in the Dolomites.
The options for travel in the Dolomites are as great as the landscape itself. So let us help you! Below are sample itineraries to inspire you. Don’t see quite what you’re looking for? Contact us, and let us create a custom itinerary, just for you!
Climb the routes that shaped climbing history in the Dolomites.
Tre Cime di Lavaredo. Antelao. Marmolada. These are some of the highest – and most magnificent – peaks of the Dolomites. On this great trip, you can climb them all following the “normal” routes – or first ascent lines – following in the footsteps of the pioneers!
Climb the historic routes put up by Beatrice Tomasson and other women pioneer climbers
Teaching of basic techniques of progression on the rock
Single pitch sports routes, many long moderate alpine routes up to 800m / 2,625' long and imposing big wall routes such as the north face of Cima Grande di Lavaredo arguably one of the great north walls within the Alps.
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