Climbing in the Dolomites
Val Gardena: Where the Adventure Begins

Climbers have the opportunity to directly experience the beauty of the Dolomites: mountain climbers, athletes or bouldering fans will find everything they need for an exclusive climbing experience in the valley. But it’s Alpine climbers who will feel right at home: climb the Sassolungo together with a mountain guide and discover other Alpine routes. Besides the Sassolungo, the Sass Rigais and the Furchetta will take you to heights of over 3,000 m. Even the famous Marmolada, Sas dla Crusc and the Tre Cime can be easily reached from Val Gardena.

There are countless trails in Val Gardena: short, long, hard, easy, suspended and flat. The City of Stones (Città dei Sassi) must be one of the most well-known climbing parks, sitting below the Sassolungo on the Passo Sella. You will be spoilt for choice even on Frea on the Passo Gardena. You will find a very interesting climbing wall with different trails, with one or more ropes. If you want to reach new heights, don’t miss the superb many rope Traumpfeiler. The Bernardi climbing wall is a small wall, but it promises peace and cool in a shaded forest.

We recommend inexperienced climbers or active families hire a mountain guide on site. Choose among different climbing courses and excursions where you’ll receive one or the other insider tip.

Vie Ferrate in the Dolomites

Vie ferrate in Val Gardena enthuse climbers of all levels.
An alpine delight for families accompanied by mountain guides, new climbers and ambitious amateur climbers.

Climbing holidays in the Dolomites:

Climbing holidays in the Dolomites:

  • The unique mountain landscape of the Dolomites
  • Historically known climbing routes with different levels of difficulty
  • The most beautiful sport climbing area in the Alps
  • Unique, world known and historically famous “vie ferrate”
  • Safe on the mountain: Alpine schools offer variegated tours & excursions
  • Climbing fun in the adventure park in Ortisei