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Climbing Dolomites

1+ days
from 180 euros
→ May-Oct
Difficulty ●●○○

An extremely worked rock. Notches, cracks, hourglasses, dihedrals and chimneys. Towers and bell towers that touch the sky, immense walls. The Dolomites tell and represent the history of climbing, since the first explorations in the mid-nineteenth century gave impetus and vigor to the movement. A unique and inimitable heritage, nine different sites concentrated in a narrow area of the Eastern Alps, including the Brenta Dolomites, Pale di San Martino, Catinaccio, Fassane and Ampezzane Dolomites.

The Brenta Dolomites - my home mountains - contain a priceless mountaineering treasure, an indefinite number of classic and modern routes, as many as three lifetimes would not be enough to repeat them all. Great aesthetics and charm, lines that still today convey the courage and ardor of the exploits of the great mountaineers of the past, such as Detassis, Maestri, Graffer and Aste.

Some examples of great classics: CASTELLETTO INFERIORE 2601m, Via Normale III/270m - Spigolo Gasperi III/120m - Via Kiene V/260m. CAMPANIL BASSO 2883m, Via Ferhmann IV+/350m - Via Graffer V+/380m - Preuss Wall V/110m. CROZZON DI BRENTA 3135m, Northern Edge IV/1150m - Via delle Guide V+/800m. CIMA D'AMBIEZ 3102m, Via Fox - Stenico V+/350m – Via Concordia VI A0/350m.

The fee includes: UIAGM mountain guide service, logistical organisation, insurance, technical material, souvenir photo. Not included: shelters, transfers and own and the guide's ski lifts to be divided among the participants.

Contact us for any info, request or personalized program.

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