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South Tyrol's incredible climbing variety

Are you keen for a steep wall, craggy peak, climbing garden or rather an indoor climbing hall?

Routes and climbs at various degrees of difficulty will lead you to gorgeous places that can only be reached by climbing. Prime examples include the stunning Three Peaks, the Vajolet towers in the Rosengarten massif or the Geislerspitzen peaks, where mountaineering legend Reinhold Messner once learned to climb.

In addition, there are a number of charming climbing gardens, boulder rocks, via ferratas, as well as ultra-modern indoor climbing hall just waiting for you in South Tyrol. Get up close and personal with gneiss, granite and porphyry and make the dream of reaching the top a reality.

The most beautiful via ferratas

High above it all on well-secured climbs

Via ferratas allow you to reach viewpoints in the mountains that are often inaccessible by hiking. More than 50 ascents lead to South Tyrol's loftiest heights. Meanwhile, well-signposted routes and yearly inspections ensure safety.

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5 reasons to enjoy a climbing holiday

1.Experience unique places: Discover South Tyrol's unique mountain world featuring the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites and their special geology, which reads like a timeline of Earth’s history.

2. Great variety: Take advantage of an wide variety of climbing offers in South Tyrol at different difficulty ratings, both indoor and outdoor.

3. Safe climbing: You’ll always be as safe as possible thanks to excellent signposting and annually tested routes.

4. Top advice: Competent and state-certified Alpine Guides can accompany you on a tour, giving you tips on the right techniques while sharing with you their favourite places.

5. Delicious cuisine: Good food is the order of the day in South Tyrol. Even in mountain huts and Alpine inns, hosts do not miss the opportunity to serve creative, down-to-earth and, above all, delicious dishes.

Get vertical in your free time

When it comes to sports climbing and bouldering, there is so much variety in South Tyrol: Discover well-equipped indoor climbing halls and high-ropes courses.

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The Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage Site

The area’s unique geological particularities have made the Dolomite mountains a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2009. Climbing is the very best way to get up close and personal with this natural masterpiece.

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Mountain huts and Alpine inns in South Tyrol

If you get hungry and tired after climbing, head over to one of the many Alpine huts for a bite to eat. On the summits, you will find shelter from the wind and weather in spectacularly located mountain huts.

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Your summer activities in South Tyrol

Explore the Alpine-Mediterranean landscape on two wheels. Experience the pinnacle of joy while hiking. Enjoy a refreshing dip at the bathing lake. South Tyrol has many sides.

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