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    Lanové centrum v Jižním Tyrolsku

    Chcete se houpat v lese jako Tarzan, létat nad korunami stromů s pocitem absolutního bezpečí? Jste zvědaví, chcete vyzkoušet něco nového nebo posunout své osobní hranice? Přesně takovou výzvu nabízejí různé horolezecké kurzy v Jižním Tyrolsku pro celou rodinu. Vysokohorská dobrodružství zahrnují vše od jednoduchých lezeckých atrakcí až po rozsáhlé lezecké kurzy s malými lanovými dráhami a zajištěnými volnými pády. Lezecké kurzy jsou často kombinovány s doplňkovými aktivitami, jako je například "plavba po řece" nebo kurzy 3D lukostřelby.
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    Climbing
    Climbing Park near the Adolf Munkel Trail
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    The climbing crag by the Adolf Munkel trail is situated beneath the north face of the Furchetta Mountain and it offers climbing routes for almost every difficulty level. The area around the climbing crag is child-friendly and the view of the Odle/Geisler Mountains is breathtaking. • Starting point: Zannes/Zans; hiking time: 40 min to the climbing crag; difficulty of the routes: 3 to 8a; rock: dolostone

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    Adventure Park
    Corvara, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    A series of routes with increasing difficulty able to meet every expectation, from the simplest for the younger ones to the most acrobatic for the more expert ones.

    Prices per person:
    € 7,00 for the first route (fuchsia) - € 3,00 for every repetition, up to max. € 19,00
    Green, orange, blue and red routes:
    € 13,00 for one single route
    € 20,00 for routes, also different from each other
    € 5,00 for every further route, up to max. € 30,00
    Only visitor: € 1,00

    The park is open only in summer.

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    Climbing garden in Moos/Moso
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing garden in Moos/Moso: at the museum Bunker Mooseum.

    Degree of difficulty: 5c-7b

    Climbing routes: 18

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    Climbing garden "Zoll" in the Passeiertal Valley
    St.Leonhard in Passeier/San Leonardo in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing garden "Zoll": coming from St. Leonhard/S. Leonard in direction of Moos/Moso, ca. one kilometer after the locality Gomion there is on the right side of the road one single house.

    Degree of difficulty: 5a-8a · Climbing routes: 16

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    Climbing wall Montiggl
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The climbing wall "Col dell'uomo" is located in the wood of Montiggl, nearby the Wilder Mann Bühel.

    Directions: Drive from St. Michael in the direction of Montiggl. Park at the sport center Rungg. Turn right from there and follow the path along the sports field. Going on from there the way is indicated by signs and you reach in ca. 20 minutes the climbing wall.

    On the climbing wall are at the moment 10 routes from the difficulty levels II to VII and the length from 6 up to 20 meters.

    Further informations on the Web-Site: climbing wall Montiggl

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    Via Ferrata Michl
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    “Michl” is just waiting for a visit from leisure and beginner climbers. On an easy, B-difficulty course, it can offer a real climbing experience to any visitor with a half-good head for heights. After a little overhang, climbers pull themselves over rock bars that on average remain relatively low. Ideal for practising clicking and changing carabiners. A short hiking route shares the via ferrata in two sections. Small surprise: a stream provides refreshment and a place to rest and let you take in the natural surroundings. And not forgetting your own climbing performance too. After a further climb, at the exit of the via ferrata is one of the loveliest viewing points in the Speikboden area. The little Speikboden lake, a hidden gem, rewards all visitors with a natural spectacle at the conclusion of the climb.

    Anyone who has got the bug for more climbing can hike down the mountain to the start of the Speikboden's “Genie in a Bottle” via ferrata. Climbers who have used “Michl” to warm up will manage well on the next via ferrata.

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    climbing garden Marchegg
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    Those who want to experience this (including the surge of adrenaline) can learn it under the supervision of an instructor in the Marchegg rock climbing garden. The 30 metre high wall offers a lot, from fixed rope climbing to climbing routes with degrees of difficulty from 4a to 7b+. Great adventure and fun not only for kids!

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    Climbing garden Mastaun
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    The climbing garden Mastaun is located in the high valley oft he same name near Madonna di Senales/Unser Frau in Schnalstal Valley, approx. 20 minutes walk behind the Mastaunalm hut.

    The approx. 70 metre high rock face offers technically challenging routes over several pitches in the middle of an untouches natural landscape. It was initiated and built by Nereo Ongaro (AVS Schnalstal Valley), further routes are planned.

    Special features: Due to the exposed location oft he rock face, the multi-rope lenghts and the technically challenging routes, the climbing garden is suitable for experienced climbers.

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    Climbing crag Scheweg/Franchi
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    One of the crags with a rather high number of harder routes. The big overhangs offer shelter from rain and hence it is possible to climb also during rainy days.

    Approach time: 3 min.

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    Flying Fox
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta
    Soar above “Trafoi Canyon”
     
    Since summer 2019, visitors have had the chance to strap themselves in for a thrilling flight straight from Trafoi car park to the opposite side of “Trafoi Canyon”. This stunning slide offers wonderful views of the Trafoi mountain stream, with the landing spot featuring direct access to the new climbing park.
     
    Note: Flying Fox may only be used under the supervision of trained staff.
     
    Technical details:
    Flying Fox height: 40 m
    Flying Fox length: 175 m
    Minimum weight for children: 25 kg
    Price: 25 euros
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    Climbing crag Landro
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    This climbing crag with its three sectors is the most popular in Val di Landro/Höhlensteintal because of the short approach. Beginners and amitious climbers will be rewarded.

    Approach time: 1 min.

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    Via Ferrata Knott
    Naturns/Naturno, Meran/Merano and environs

    Via Ferrata “Knott” Unterstell
    La ferrata “KNOTT” (rupe) si trova sulla roccia
    su cui è ancorata una piattaforma panoramica. Dalla stessa si può godere
    di una grandiosa vista in profondità sulle singole vie e sugli scalatori che le
    percorrono. In totale sulla “KNOTT” si sviluppano Quattro vie ferrate, una
    corta via di collegamento, un ponte sospeso lungo 20 m e due ripide scalette
    metalliche. Qui ci si può arrampicare e allenarsi a piacere. Semplici
    percorsi, passaggi difficili, tratti esposti e tecnici. Ad ogni ora del giorno,
    dato che i tratti di accesso e di discesa sono brevi.

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    Climbing Fortezza Franzensfeste
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    Since 2005, Franzensfeste has become a very popular meeting point for climbers. Over the past few years, the climbing crag has been equipped by an independent group of climbing enthusiasts of the CAI who managed to create a crag which is now known throughout the region. Underneath the large central sector with routes of easy and medium difficulty, there is a smaller sector with short, but more difficult routes. Recently, the team has begun to work on a new sector directly above the central sector. It promises long routes, even mutli-pitches, for all preferences. The crag is very suitable for families with small children because of its proximity to the main road. Furthermore, just underneath the wall there is a meadow with tables and benches.

    The Franzensfeste climbing park enjoys great popularity among beginners and families. It is easily accessible by bus or railway and a 15 minutes' walk from the fortress Franzensfeste.

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    The Burgstallknott Climbing Area
    Meran/Merano and environs

    A very nice, smaller climbing area. Suitable for beginners, more expert climbers and those who like to climb alone!
    Climbers can reach the rock face from above and can start climbing on their own in complete safety.
    Just take a look at the fantastic views all around you! You can see as far as Partschins/Parcines, the Meraner Land area and the peaks of the South Tyrol Dolomites, too.

    Direction: facing south
    Best Season: any time of the year but better to avoid really warm summer days when the rocks get too hot to handle.
    Rocks: rough-faced stone – most routes start steeply upwards to continue in a vertical direction
    Height of wall: 15 – 20 mt.
    Grade of difficulty: 3a – 7a+
    Roped lengths: 1 roped length
    Of special note: Climbers can rope themselves to the face and there are abseiling possibilities
    How to reach the area: Partschins/Parcines – towards Vertigen – turn left at the "Fasserkreuz" and follow the sign posts.

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    Climbing crag Landro holes
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Two cavernous holes characterize this climbing crag. The magnificent view stretches from the Monte Cristallto to the Lake of Landro.

    Approach time: 30 min.                         

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    Via Ferrata Avventura in Natura
    Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    This Via Ferrata has truely earned the name "Avventura"! Three-rope bridge, Burmabridge, plank bridge or chimes - these are just a few elements that await you on the new Via Ferrata at Speikboden! Beautifully laid out, with many steps and final summit cross, the trail offers a breathtaking view through the Ahrntal valley.

    The wonderful adventure Via Ferrata with difficulty B rounds off the wide climbing offer at Speikboden, along with the Via Ferrata Speikboden (B/C) and the Via Ferrata Kids (A).

    The starting point is at the Station Speikboden Alm at 2.000m, which can be reached by cablecar. After a 30-minute hike on the forest road in direction to Luttach, you reach the entrance of the Via Ferrata Avventura. A total of 10 sections have to be climbed before reaching the summit cross of the mountain "Kleiner Nock". The tour is designed as a circular route, the return path is on the hiking trail no. 18a, back to the starting point.

     

    Tour details

    • Difficulty: B (moderately difficult), min. age 12 years
    • Start/finish point: Station Speikboden Alm at 2.000m, reachable by cablecar Speikboden
    • Entrance: From the station Speikboden Alm via the forest path A in direction to Luttach, 20 min
    • Ascesa: 350 m in altitude, 3 h
    • Return path to the station Speikboden Alm: path no. 18a, 1 h
    • Time needed in total: min. 3 h 30 min
    • Last descent with the cablecar Speikboden: 5:00 pm (in august: 6:00 pm)
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    "Huafwond" Panorama Climbing Area
    Meran/Merano and environs

    "Huafwond" Panorama Climbing Area

    An absolute highlight for experienced climbers, a beautifully laid-out climbing area on Sonnenberg mountain in Partschins/Parcines with more than 100 sq. mt. of panorama terraces, grill facilities, benches and tables and fantastic views of the Dolomite peaks and the Meran area.
    More than 30 climbing routes, from grade II to IX in difficulty, and a number of rope-ways – some over 30 mt. long.

    How to get to the climbing area:
    Simply take the Texelbahn cable car in Partschins up to the mountain station then walk 7 min. along the “Dursterhof” path to the rock-face turning off after a 5 min. walk to the right in a westerly direction.
    By car to the „Dursterhof“ farm, then a 30 min. walk to the rock face, following the Giggelberg path then turning uphill after 25 min. towards the west.

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    High Ropes Cours Alliz
    Laas/Lasa, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    A real natural experience for young and old is the High Ropes Course Lasa in the Litzer Waldele forest. The complex has 10 courses with 100 platforms at different heights and skill levels.
    New attraction: Vista parcour with 16 platforms

    In case of thunderstorms, heavy rain or strong winds, the park is closed.

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    Larix Ferrata
    Schnals/Senales, Meran/Merano and environs

    The 'Larix' (larch in Latin) via ferrata with suspension bridges, exciting rope slides and a parallel hiking trail will be available.The challenging via ferrata is of medium difficulty and also suitable for experienced families. The entrance is located at the foot of the large Kurzrasbach waterfall and leads towards the Teufelsegg hut. The 'Alpin Trail' hiking trail runs partly along this, allowing you to observe and accompany the climbers. Whether you are a leisurely hiker or an arduous climber, you will find what you are looking for here.

    Prerequisite: via ferrata equipment (rental in Maso Corto at Service Stricker or Ski Factory Maso Corto).

    Entrance: behind the Roter Kofel chairlift, at the foot of the large Kurzrasbach waterfall
    Exit: above the Teufelsegg hut
    Difficulty: medium difficult (C)
    Ascent: 3:30 h
    Length: 1.8 km 
    Metres in altitude:
    410 hm each

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    Climbing garden Bergkristall in Pfelders/Plan
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    Fascination, movement as well as emotion for good work, this is sport climbing. Climbing is a sport that covers a wide range of activities, which is why the Passeiertal Valley offers a wide range of climbing gardens and walls.

    Climbing Garden Bergkristall in Pfelders/Plan: just before Pfelders/Plan accross from the inn Bergkristall.

    Degree of difficulty: 3-7c

    Climbing routes: 55

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    Crag Garbe
    The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The climbing wall Garbe is the southernmost adventure park of South Tyrol. It's direction and the surrounding trees with their huge shadows allow the kids to climb also durning hot summer days.

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    Climbing Spelonca - Spiluck
    Brixen/Bressanone and environs

    If you are looking for untouched nature and peace and quiet, Spiluck, above Vahrn, is the right place. The climbing park offers easy routes for children and families, but also challenging routes with vertical and overhanging parts. The rocks at the entrance of the climbing park are ideal for bouldering.

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    Climbing crag Lake of Landro
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The Lago di Landro/Dürrensee crag is located above the Lake of Landro and therefore you have a wonderful view of the lake from the wall. The excellent rock is vertical and partly overhanging.

    Approach time: 15 min.

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    Climbing crag Valle della Rienza/Rienztal valley
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    This crag is one of the oldest in the area. It is very popular regardless of the long approach, due to the wonderful view of the Three Peaks on the way, the strain of the approach is easily forgotten.

    Approach time: 40 min.               

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    Climbing crag Geierwand
    Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen
    The somewhat strenuous access to the sports climbing crag of the Geierwand is worthwhile thanks to the high rock face in yellow dolomite rock with interesting routes up to 35 meters. This climbing crag is recommended especially in the transition months because of the southern orientation and therefore it can get quite hot in the summer months.
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    Climbing Park Juval
    Meran/Merano and environs

    Climbing Park Juval Juval Climbing Park (Klettergarten Juval) is located at the entrance to Val Senales/Schnalstal, a tributary valley of the Val Venosta/Vinschgau

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