Where to practice this sport

The vertical rocks of the Dolomites attract climbers from all over the world and Trentino as well as South Tyrol boast countless climbing possibilities. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo and the Tre Scarperi are the best climbing areas you can ever get and actually the most stunning destinations of this areas. Here you can experience the thrill of hanging in space being surrounded by the world’s most striking mountains.

Climbing is a really demanding sport activity as you have to take on a challenging ascent on a steep wall which can be both artificial and frozen, using your own power, eventually supported by appropriate equipment. Besides a good physical condition, climbing also requires a significant psychical and mental effort: concentration, balance as well as environmental-alertness and self-awareness. Those who are just starting to climb should take some lessons with a qualified instructor in order to avoid being injured. South Tyrol and Trentino offer a wide range of possibilities for climbers, from artificial structures for indoor climbing to equipped rock walls which feature several arranged routes, always plunged into pristine nature. 

Where to Climbing

Ferrata Tridentina

The Ferrata Tridentina is one of the most popular fully equipped routes of the Dolomites. Its fame is due to the beauty of the faces of the Sella Group, to the Pisciadù waterfall diving beside the path, and to the wonderful scenic view, with the picturesque village of Colfosco in the background.

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