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South Tyrol truly is an adventure park for
climbers and has long been known for its super mountain ranges. Amongst
the Dolomites you find one of the Alps
most unique climbing regions, right at your hotel's doorstep.
Rock climbing is been considered as one of the most beautiful, if not
the most beautiful alpine adventure.
There are plenty of Alpine Schools in South Tyrol, which offer excellent
courses and a helping hand with anything related to climbing, routes,
alpine tours, trekking, and ice climbing.
Security plays a very important role in the world of climbing.
The basics about the use of the rope, carabineers, security tools and
climbing techniques, can be picked up during one of these courses.
Children have the opportunity to get a taste of rock climbing in so
called adventure camps.
The season for rock climbing in South Tyrol starts in spring and ends in
autumn, but also in winter climbers will find a place to do what they
like best. Waterfalls are transformed into gigantic ice falls. Hot spots
for ice climbing are situated in the Grödner Langental, in
at the foot of the Marmolada.
In case of unfavourable weather for outdoor climbs, the many climbing
halls in the region can be a great alternative.
Climbing courses for children as well as trial courses can be booked at
one of the many climbing parks; advanced climbers can let off steam in a
climbing park, in climbing hall or bouldering halls.
Experience the joy of climbing in South Tyrol from January to December.