Climbing in the Dolomites

The pale mountains - a climbing paradise

The Dolomites - hardly surprising that they attract countless numbers of climbing fans to this holiday region every year. In addition to spectacular peaks for climbing and impressive views, there are numerous via ferrata and climbing gardens awaiting you here.

Outdoor climbing has its own charms. No artificial handles, only rough rock and the challenge of finding a suitable grip, that's what this climbing sport is all about. Nevertheless, routes are divided into different levels of difficulty, so beginners as well as advanced climbers, will get their money's worth. And you can still climb in the Dolomites even in winter, as there are the most beautiful climbing halls in Italy here. Perfect for training, for testing your limits and showing courage ...

What are you waiting for? Grab your climbing gear and get ready to discover for yourself: the via ferrata in the Dolomites. And, if you go out for outdoor climbing, make sure to check the weather forecast so that you are not surprised by bad weather.

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Via Ferrata Routes Mountain huts

Climbing in the Dolomites

Via ferrata in the Dolomites

Clambering and climbing - children's favourite pastime. So why not take the little ones on a via ferrata for a family climbing day? Of course, you will need to choose a suitable and easy via ferrata, like the one at Kleiner Cirspitze in Val Gardena.
And what do we recommend for climbing professionals? The via ferrata Toblinger Knoten in Alta Pusteria, the Via Ferrata Campanili del Latemar in the Eggental or the via ferrata Maximilian on the Seiser Alm to name but a few.
Whether you have been climbing for years or are rediscovering this passion - the Dolomites are your climbing paradise!


Discover the most beautiful mountain refuge huts in the Dolomites here ...

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Other things of interest around the Dolomites