Rock Climbing Dolomites: modular programs (from 1 to 6 days)
The best idea to program your rock climbing holiday in the Dolomites
This Rock Climbing Dolomites customised program is an unforgettable experience for everybody! Climb the Dolomites walls, along the classic and historical climbing routes, is really a unique experience! If you are a rock climbing indoor enthusiast and if you have a basic experience of rock climbing courses, “Rock Climbing Dolomites” is the best proposal for your next climbing holiday in the Dolomites.
Every practitioner of rock climbing indoor have a good physical basis and technical experience to pass at the outdoor rock climbing Dolomites. After long winter time with many days in indoor rock climbing it’s time to change to elevate your limits.
If your are interested at the rock climbing Dolomites opportunity, is important that you write me your level and experience and lastly how many days you are interested to dedicate at the climbing.
I prepare only customised programs for every client, every aspect as: the best dates, the difficult of the climbing routes, your preferred areas of the Dolomites and much more, are our basis of discussion and are totally flexible for the perfect building of your customised program.
My Rock Climbing Dolomites program is the product of 40 years of my personal rock climbing experience in the Dolomites, my home mountains…. watch my YouTube videos in my specific channel for “Rock Climbing in the Dolomites classic climbs”
A course of rock climbing Dolomites during your holiday in Italy is the best choose to begin your outdoor climbing activity! Climb the alpine routes of the Dolomites is a particular art that need a learning period directly “on the action field”.
Combine some days dedicated at a rock climbing course plus some climbing routes in the Dolomites, is a unique experience that will give at your holiday in Italy a special finalised target.
I organise climbing courses in different areas of the Dolomites, based at your specific requirements of level and number of days.
Basically: from one day to a full week we can find an appropriate solution for your first experience on rock climbing in the Dolomites. Follow the two steps here below to finalise at best your rock climbing holiday in the Dolomites.
1. Logistic basic information
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Read these basic information about Via Ferrata Dolomites and logistics for organising your travel in Italy. Don’t hesitate to ask me any other specific questions you may have.
2. Rock Climbing Dolomites: “choose your preferred program”
THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM IS A BASIC IDEA TO BEGIN THE ORGANISATION OF YOUR PROGRAM
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY1 (optional) – the basis of technic
We can begin your approach at the rock climbing Dolomites art on the famous rock blocks area of the “Città dei Sassi” (city of rock blocks) at the Sella Pass. A perfect place where can try, in total safety, the delicate manouvres of rappelling, technic of belays, and others aspects of the climbing on the big walls, etc…. This day is a preparative phase for the multi-pitches routes of the next days! If you are expert of multi-pitches climbing routes is not neccessary do this day, we can bypass this day to dedicate your tour directly at the climbing routes here below.
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY2 – the Sella Towers
The second day of rock climbing Dolomites tour we can climb one of the many climbing routes of the three Sella Towers. If you prefer a exposed ridge: the Steger route (8 pitches) is perfect! In alternative with the same grade (V°) aprox 5.5/5.6 of the American scale (not Yosemite grades…) we can climb the Trenker route (7 pitches), a enormous open book on the south wall of the First Sella Tower. Don’t worry….. on the same wall there are easier and more difficult routes, as you prefer….
Every route arrive on the top of the First Sella Tower, and from here we can rappel back to the base or continue to the Second Sella along others routes of 4 pitches to conclude a “great rock climbing day” on the alpine routes.
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY 3 – the Vajolet Towers
This is the most famous group of towers of the Dolomites! Really mandatory for every “Rock Climbing Dolomites” climber! In first line from left to right are the Delago tower, the Stabeler tower and the Winkler tower. The left side of the Delago tower have 750 meters of total vertical wall in view of my town Bolzano. So If we climb the famous Piaz Aretè on the second belay we rest in small belay place with 350 m of overhanging under of our foots…. But don’t worry… this route in total is about 200 meters long in 6 pitches. If we overnighting at the refugio Re Alberto we can climb the three towers in only one day with a concatenation of three climbing routes.
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY4 – the Great Pordoi peak
The “Via Maria” is extremely logical and panoramic climbing route of the Dolomites, along the big south edge of the Sass Pordoi. It’s a historical rock climbing Dolomites route of “Tita Piaz”, the most famous climbing pioneer of the central Dolomites. In about 12 pitches, we can climb this complex and labyrinthine route with a genial climbing line that we can understand only if we climb it. The descend with the Sass Pordoi cableway is the happy end of this climbing day!
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY 5 – the Sass de Stria and Falzarego
This rock climbing Dolomites route is a heroic climb! It was climbed in first ascension during the first world war from a selected patrol of “Alpini” (Italian mountain troops) to catch the strategic control of the top of the Sass da Stria at the Austrian troops. Today we can climb this route without rifles and hand grenades for pure fun…. but our memory “flight” to these terrible histories of a crazy war. The way back is a walking along the constant Austrian trench, from the top to the base.
Rock Climbing Dolomites: DAY 6 – Spigolo Giallo Lavaredo
The three peaks of Lavaredo, known as “Drei Zinnen” are one of the most impressive groups of dolomite mountains. Three obelisks of the nature! The Spigolo Giallo (Yellow Aretè) is the most classical rock climbing Dolomites route of this area.
It’s not properly a “easy route”…. A good VI alpine grade is the constant for this climb in total exposition. A great end for a full rock climbing Dolomites week!
And lastly a bit of my personal contribute
Part of my mountaineering activity, for many years, was focalised to the forgotten climbing routes in wild areas of the Dolomites.
Complex trad-climbs in unfrequented peaks.
On the Dolomites, in about 150 years of climbing history (starting on 1854) , was open an infinity number of rock climbing routes.
90% of these was never or only very rarely repeated.
Product of this long period of exploratios was my three climbing guidebooks and other two editions about the ski-mountaineering and sport climbing.
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If you are an independent traveller, you can choose this second option of flexible service:
The regular route of the great peaks of the Dolomites: along the traces of the pioneers
The regular routes of the main peaks of the Dolomites are historical climbs was open on the second part of the 1800, today are exclusive experience for every climber lover of the scrambling and easy grades (III-IV)
Luxury Dolomites Tours: the best experience that you can image!
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The best Dolomites Via Ferrata: explore at 360° the Dolomites areas with this program
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Via Ferrata in the Central Dolomites: Customised treks, hut to hut, from 3 to 10 days
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Via delle Bocchette: the most classical concatenation of via ferratas of the Brenta
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Via Ferrata in the Cortina area: discover these amazing eastern Dolomites
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Via Ferrata trek in the southern Dolomites: an target for hard hikers
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Via Ferrata at the great Civetta Peak: the most impressive and biggest wall
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Via Ferrata WW1: climb the original via ferrata builded during the First World War
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Ski Safari Dolomites: the best customised tour from 3 to 7 days
If you are looking for information about a Ski Safari Dolomites, you are in the right place! You will need only a few minutes to read these informative pages, and then email me your questions about arranging your own Ski Safari Dolomites.