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    Ice climbing in South Tyrol

    Frozen waterfalls, ice towers, glaciers: ice climbers will find many opportunities to follow their passion in South Tyrol. International competitions are held every year at the ice tower in Rabenstein/Corvara in Passeiertal valley, one of the largest and most spectacular ice climbing facilities in Europe.

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    Ice Climbing
    Ice Tower Solda
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At the artificially created ice tower next to the Solda sports centre, even beginners will find top spots where they can experience the fascination of this sport. There is also the possibility to get a course in ice climbing from the Alpin School Ortler.

    Ice Climbing
    Ice Climbing Lappach/Lappago Ice Park
    Mühlwald/Selva dei Molini, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    Ice-Climbing in Lapago | Ice climbing on natural ice falls—always an adventure | Ice Climbing: Lappago/Lappacher Ice Park | Slope orientation: north-east | Starting point: Parking Place | Highest point: 1475 | Location: Parking Area | Map/guide: Eiskletterführer South Tyrol - Dolomiten (South Tyrol Ice Climbing Guide - Dolomites) published by Panico Alpenverlag

    Ice Climbing
    Croda di Beltovo/Legerwand
    Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    At the waterfalls of the Legerwand below the center station of the Solda/Sulden cable car, experienced ice climbers can experience an ice climbing tour with several rope lengths. Beginners can learn the proper techniques at the Alpine schools in the Ortler region.

    Ice Climbing
    Ice climbing "Konzentschatter"
    Martell/Martello, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Whoever loves the challenge at the ice climbing is exactly right at the Konzentschatter waterfall.
    3-4 rope lenghts at the "Konzentschatter" waterfall on the right of the way no.37 in the direction of the Martello mountain hut.

    Ice Climbing
    The Ice Tower in Rabenstein/Corvara in the Passeiertal Valley
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs

    The Ice Tower in Rabenstein in the Passeiertal Valley is one of the most spectacular constructions in Europe. In the hole alpine arch there is no similar asset. There are constructions for an exclusive use for competitions, but it’s not possible to climb there on ice in the free time or when the sun went down – without risks. The Ice Tower in Rabenstein/Passeiertal offers various routes and 18 climbers can climb contemporaneously.

    The Ice Tower is built up of a 25 meter high tower, which ranks vertically in the sky. It is a challenge for every climber to reach the peak of the tower. Other components are a 14 meter high barrel with a cross-section dimension up to 5 meter, or a wall, with a height of 15 meters and a broadness of two meters. All this elements are connected by horizontal components. Very difficult parts of the Ice Tower are the overhangs, with an aptitude of 57, 62 and 72 degree.

    The construction is suited for professionals, but also for beginners. The Ice Tower is opened from December 26th, till the beginning of March (for groups on request).

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