In the Dolomites climbing is twice as exciting
Welcome to climbers' paradise
The Dolomites, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, are a climbers’ paradise, and a sought-after destination for mountaineers from all over the world. In a unique mix of strength, balance and concentration, climbing allows you to test physical and mental endurance.
Try it yourself, climbing the Dolomites of Alta Badia, on the paths traced by world-famous climbers, is a guarantee of fun, adrenaline, freedom and breathtaking sceneries.
Rock climbing course
With the rock climbing course for beginners our mountain guides will introduce you to the basics of climbing.
Meeting: at 8:30 a.m. - passo Valparola
Return: at 3.00 p.m.
Price: € 70,00 (min. 4 – max. 8 participants)
Reservation required - at the tourist offices Alta Badia and at an accommodation „recommended by explore your way” 3 days before the event
The calendar of events may change due to the international corona crisis and the related government regulations. Our hope is to be able to share as soon as possible a lot of fascinating outdoor moments with you.
Here you can find information about coronavirus in South Tyrol.
The South Tyrolean mountaineer, Reinhold Messner - an international icon of alpinism, has made some of his historic climbs in the Dolomites. These include the ascent to Sas dla Crusc (The Sasso di Santa Croce) in Alta Badia, on which several climbing routes are open today.
Sas dla Crusc - Via Messner al Grande Muro
Via Messner technical data: Difficulty first section IV and V, second section between VI and VII-; elevation gain 300 metres, time required approx. 5 hours.
You arrive at the start from the Santa Croce refuge (which can be reached by chair lift) climbing up the base to underneath the rock face (difficulty II and III, approx. 1 hour).
You descend along the South ridge and follow the equipped trail that takes you back to the refuge (approx. 1.30 hours).
Registration required: Alpine Guides.