Free climbing on Dolomites
In order to climb you must first use your head, then your feet and lastly your hands. Bruno Detassis
Free climbing in the Dolomites is a truly unique experience, and its vertical walls are a great attraction for free climbing and mountaineering enthusiasts. Moreover the territory boasts many rock climbing areas, with varying levels of difficulty.
You can elicit the aid of an Alpine Guide who will help you select the itinerary best suited to you, teach you climbing techniques and guarantee your safety, for a day to be remembered forever.
The objective of sport climbing is to better your technique, attempting increasingly difficult climbs. This activity has no age or weight limits and is a useful means to stay in shape and balance mentally and with nature.
If this is your first time rock climbing, you can take your first steps on the famous courses of the Brenta Dolomites. There are itineraries with a lower grade of difficulty, where a neophyte can climb in complete safety and experience the majestic scenery of the Dolomites.
Rock climbing courses
The Alpine Guides also organize rock climbing courses, whose objective is to impart a good understanding of climbing and hooking up techniques and familiarity with the equipment. This course is designed for anyone, even beginners, who want to get up close and personal with the thrilling world of rock climbing. A marvelous activity which requires a load of basic rudiments in order to practice it in a conscious manner.