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The adventure of mountain climbing in the Dolomites

The valley of Alta Badia is located in the heart of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, thus being the perfect holiday destination for those who fancy mountain climbing in the Dolomites. From fixed rope routes and climbing gardens to guided hikes along rugged cliffs - mountain climbing in the South Tyrolean Dolomites has a unique attraction and is something that no passionate mountaineer should miss out on. But only well-trained and experienced climbers should go climbing in the Alps. As the steep cliffs of the South Tyrolean Dolomites are quite challenging and only suitable for experienced and well-equipped mountaineers, you should also make sure that the weather is good and that you are prepared for emergencies. Good will and the spirit for adventures is often not enough to successfully meet the challenges of climbing in the Dolomites.

Climbing in the Alps in Alta Badia

Besides the rather risky routes to Marmolada, Sella and Tofane, a holiday full of climbing in the Dolomites in Alta Badia also offers the possibility to choose less challenging trails. Less experienced mountain climbing amateurs should start off in one of the nice climbing gardens or along the fixed rope routes such as the Pisciadu path instead of starting with free climbing in the Alps. Whatever route you choose to explore, you will always be overwhelmed by spectacular views of the surrounding mountain peaks of the South Tyrolean Dolomites. Enjoy climbing in the Alps during your stay in Alta Badia and explore the fascinating South Tyrolean Dolomites with qualified mountain guides - they are well worth it. Make the most of the varied offer during your holiday in Alta Badia.

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