Climbing in South Tyrol

South Tyrol is a climbing El Dorado in every form and level of difficulty. Vie ferrate and Alpine tours in the Dolomites are the setting for unforgettable mountain experiences. The Three Peaks (Drei Zinnen) in Alta Pusteria/Hochpustertal valley or the Vajolet towers in the Rosengarten massif are especially well known. Climbing gardens and sport-climbing facilities are distributed throughout the province, often located at especially beautiful places, with various levels of difficulty and types of rock, such as gneiss, granite, porphyry and even marble. For children, an excursion to one of the high-ropes courses is especially worthwhile. Climbers can get their rush of adrenaline even in winter: numerous indoor climbing halls with walls up to 16 m high and extensive bouldering facilities offer the perfect conditions. Here you can discover the climbing spot best suited to your needs.
In Südtirol gibt es rund 50 Klettersteige.

Vie Ferrate

Aim high in South Tyrol’s mountains. Securely attached to rope on a via ferrata, you can reach peaks unattainable for normal hikers and conquer walls otherwise visible only from below. More than 50 vie ferrate run along South Tyrol’s most beautiful peaks, many of which are...

Ein Großteil der Bouldergebiete sind verkehrstechnisch gut erschlossen.

Sport Climbing

Besonders Kinder sind von den Hochseilgärten begeistert.

High-Ropes Courses

Der Salewa Cube im Bozener Süden

Indoor Climbing Halls

Over a dozen indoor climbing halls complement the many outdoor areas. These are located throughout South Tyrol, e.g. in Val Venosta/Vinschgau, Merano/Meran, Bolzano/Bozen, Bressanone/Brixen, Passeiertal valley amongst others. The Salewa Cube in Bolzano is a particular...