Mountain climbing


Mountain climbing in the Alps 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 Dolomites. The steep cliffs of the South Tyrolean Dolomites are quite challenging and only suitable for experienced and well-equipped mountaineers. Less experienced mountain climbing amateurs should start off in one of the beautiful climbing gardens or along the panoramic fixed rope routes. Explore the area of the South Tyrolean Dolomites - they are well worth it!

Reach heady heights when climbing the Dolomites


South Tyrol offers unlimited opportunities for fans of climbing the Dolomites. The high plateau of Alpe de Siusi and the Catinaccio massive offer a whole range of climbing possibilities for all levels. In addition to the Sciliar-Catinaccio Latemar area, the Tre Crime di Lavaredo in the Dolomiti di Sesto are veritable havens for anyone who enjoys climbing the Dolomites and they offer breathtaking views of the South Tyrolean mountains. The Burgraviato area around Merano and Val Venosta are ideal destinations for climbing fans. Make the most of the varied offer during your climbing holiday in the Alps!

Holidays South Tyrol