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    Wspinaczka sportowa w Południowym Tyrolu

    Ponad 100 ogrodów wspinaczkowych sprawia, że Południowy Tyrol jest mekką dla wspinaczy sportowych. Malowniczo położone, doskonale oznakowane i corocznie sprawdzane pod względem bezpieczeństwa ogródki wspinaczkowe znajdują się w całym Południowym Tyrolu, od regionu Ortler i Val Venosta/Vinschgau po serce Dolomitów. Różne rodzaje skał, np. granit lub porfir, różne wysokości tras do i przekraczające 30 m oraz szeroki wachlarz tras we wszystkich stopniach trudności sprawiają, że wspinaczka w Południowym Tyrolu jest wyjątkowym doświadczeniem. Słoneczne ogródki wspinaczkowe, takie jak te znajdujące się w Trodena/Truden, Cortaccia/Kurtatsch, Renon/Ritten czy Laces/Latsch są szczególnie zachęcające w łagodne zimowe dni.
    Via Ferrata Hans Kammerlander
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    A tricky, demanding, superbly constructed route with absolutely breathtaking views. The via ferrata was named after the mountaineer from Ahornach. The route begins close to the Kleingruberhof in Ahornach, covers 600 metres in length and 300 vertical metres, and requires nerves of steel and a lot of strength – above all in the arms.  After a relatively moderate start, the rock face becomes extremely steep. According to Hans Kammerlander, there is nothing like it in the entire Dolomite region; the difficulty reaches level E, but is mostly D and C. The path ends after around three hours of climbing near the Kofler zwischen den Wänden and is only suitable for experienced climbers. A good head for heights is one hundred percent essential.

    Route description:
    A short ladder up to an overhang (E), then a B/C and C-grade traverse to the Burma bridge (A/B). After the bridge continue (B) to a small niche and then steeply (D) to a flake and right into the narrow intersection (D/E). The intersection widens (D) and leads to the 15-m ladder (inside B/C; outside C). After the ladder, a left turn (D and briefly E) over the roof and climbing to the right (D and C) in easier terrain (B/B). Then the route moves on to an edge and the long, ascending traverse begins (always B, B/C and also briefly C) up to the next overhang. Just before this the face becomes steeper (C/D) and you will reach the tree trunk on which you cross to the roof edge. Next briefly D and then easier to the rope bridge. Cross this bridge and then traverse horizontally (B). The rope becomes steeper (C and C/D) and leads up under the next bridge, which is reached by looping round to the left (B). After the second bridge a slab pillar (up to C) leads up to the exit at a wooden fence.

    Source: ; Author: Andreas Jentzsch

    Total time required approx. 4 hours.

    Sport Climbing
    KRONaction Adventure Parc
    Kiens/Chienes, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Close to the natural bathing lake "Issinger Weiher" in Issengo, located next to Pfalzen/Falzes, the adventure park stands for great variety, thrill and memorable experiences. KRONaction offers fun for the whole family, for both young and old.

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing garden "St. Hippolyt"
    Lana, Meran/Merano and environs
    The versatile climbing wall at St. Hippolyt above Lana offers climbing fun in the lower to medium difficulty levels. In addition to some slab passages, you will find mostly heavily layered rock with ledges, handles and also lower holds. The porphyry is rough and allows for a good grip. The end of the rock is formed by a small rock roof, which can also be climbed as an extension of the routes with a 2nd pitch. The climbing garden is well secured.
    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.

    Hiking guides
    Alpine School Catores

    Catores: 18 mountain guides

    We, the guides of the Alpine School Catores, are very lucky to accompany our guests in what we consider the most beautiful mountains in the world. I hope that we can also share with you an unforgettable experience in this idyllic mountain landscape.

    High rope garden Skytrek at Sterzing
    Sterzing/Vipiteno, Sterzing/Vipiteno and environs

    Try this adventure, learn to assess your personal limits, overcome your fears and experience an unforgettable day, high up in the trees at the North Park in Sterzing / Vipiteno. Ideal for families and children. 

    Sport Climbing
    Adventure Park Kaltern
    Kaltern an der Weinstraße/Caldaro sulla Strada del Vino, The South Tyrolean Wine Road

    The adventure park in Kaltern/Caldaro - the largest one in South Tyrol. Exciting and family-friendly The adventure park has 19 trails at a height from 1 to 20 meters and is therefore the largest and most varied adventure park in South Tyrol. You will find 163 elements high up in trees and 24 Flying Foxes. The whole family is welcome - Bambi course for kids from 3 yours on - 8 courses for kids - 15 courses for teenagers and adults. Professionality through long experience: During the mandatory climbing instruction our professional climbing guides explain how to master the climbing routes and how to use the safety equipment properly. Children under the age of 14 have to be attended by an adult on the courses (except Bambi Course).

    Sport Climbing
    Adventure Park Emozion Col de Flam
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    An interesting attraction for all ages

    The highwire adventure course is located next to the valley station of the Seceda gondola in Ortisei.

    • World debut: FLY Line of 680m!
    • New: The children's route has been extended and they can "discover", in the middle of the trees, a real flight helicopter!
    • Small animal park: the park hosts several animals
    • There is also a area with four trampolines: not only for the fun of children, but also a valid fitness training for anyone.
    • Duration: 1,5 - 2 h
    Sport Climbing
    Climbing garden "Prato Piazza"
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The climbing garden con be reached in 35 minutes from the parking area Prato Piazza. The climbing garden is situated on alpine terain, helm recommended. Multi-pitch routes with Levels of difficulty from 4 to 7a+.

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing Garden "Tisner Auen"
    Tisens/Tesimo, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Tisner Auen climbing garden has its wall facing east and offers climbing in various degrees of difficulty and is therefore also suitable for families with children. Climbing is mainly on inclined technically challenging slabs on porphyry rock. Climbing is possible all year round, with the exception of a few weeks.

    Difficulty: 4a-8a
    Sport Climbing
    Climbing Wall Trodena/Truden, Molini/Mühlen
    Truden/Trodena, Bolzano/Bozen and environs

    The small village Molina in Truden, 877 m above sea level located, awaits its guests with the stunning natural landscape of the Nature Park Monte Corno and one of the most popular climbing areas in South Tyrol.

    The difficulty of the 60 routes ranges from 3 to 7.


    Sport Climbing
    climbing garden Juval
    Kastelbell-Tschars/Castelbello-Ciardes, Vinschgau/Val Venosta

    Tour information Direction: south-west, best period: from spring to autumn, routes 1-8 open all year round, rock: granite, height: max 80 meters (the most 20-30m), difficulty: 3c – 8a, cord-lengths: 3, boulder: 6 routes, nr. of tours: 70

    Sport Climbing
    Moos in Passeier/Moso in Passiria, Meran/Merano and environs
    The Spiderpark is a new adventure ground in Pfelders/Plan comprising 4 climbing courses of up to 18 m high. These range from easy to medium-hard across a length of 85 m, for an exciting experience in a unique, natural mountain setting. Alex and Patrick are experienced operators, specialising in various climbing courses – spanning children to members of mountain rescue-teams. After all, safety is what it’s all about! For an adrenaline pumping rush, try soaring 40 m above the Pfelderer Bach torrent on one of the four zip-lines!
    Sport Climbing
    Bouldering at Algund
    Algund/Lagundo, Meran/Merano and environs

    Bouldering is climbing on rocks, cliffs or artificial climbing walls without a rope. Over the past few years, this sport has constantly increased in popularity and since 1970, it is a discipline in its own right in the area of sports climbing. Its popularity has drastically increased, especially within the younger generation.

    Algund is home to one of the largest outdoor boulder areas in South Tyrol.

    Passionate climbers can also enjoy the Salewa Cube in the nearby provincial capital of Bozen – currently the largest climbing hall in Italy. On a climbing surface of 2,000 square metres, 250 climbers can have a go at the same time. In addition, there are three speed climbing routes, 420 square metres of boulder surfaces, boulder blocks with grades of difficulty from A to E, climbing paths, a dry tooling wall, 11,000 climbing handles etc.

    There is lots of fun for climbers in Algund and surroundings!

    Sport Climbing
    Natural Climbing Wall Stone City
    Sëlva/Selva, Dolomites Region Val Gardena

    A true"city" of boulders provides this climbing. While constantly emerging routes to the larger rocks develop the smaller in  their sum to one of the biggest bouldering areas of Italy.

    Child day-care and kids programmes
    Adventure Park Col de Flam
    Urtijëi/Ortisei, Dolomites Region Val Gardena
    From 09.06.2024 to 22.09.2024 the high ropes course in Ortisei attracts with fun routes for the little ones and challenging courses for the very brave. Here, little ones as well as older adventure seekers can test their limits, practice balance and see how brave they can be. In the forest on the edge of Val d’Anna, impressive parcours and adrenaline-filled descents await. Are you staying in Laion? If so, you can even get in for free.
    Sport Climbing
    Climbing garden "Kirchler"
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The climbing garden can be reached in 50 minutes from the parking area of Ponticello. Climbing crags in unique Environment wieth multi-pitch routes. The Levels of difficulty reach from 5a to 7b+.

    Indoor Climbing Halls
    Heliks - Indoor Climbing Centre Bruneck/Brunico
    Bruneck/Brunico, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Brunico/Bruneck Indoor Climbing Centre | The climbing wall at Brunico offers 36 routes graded from 3 to 7c + and is reconfigured three times a year | Brunico/Bruneck Indoor Climbing Centre | Climbing wall surface: 250 | Max. elevation: 11 | Climbing routes: 30 | Courses: true 

    Sport Climbing
    High rope adventure park
    Villnöss/Funes, Dolomites Region Villnösstal

    Beneath the Odle Mountains in Villnöss/Funes Valley, there is situated the high rope course. Nine courses on different heights and of different difficulty levels, with suspension bridges, balance beams and many other attractions guarantee fun for the whole family. After a detailed introduction on the training course, you are free to climb on your own. Children smaller than 140 cm must be accompanied by an adult! In addition to the nine courses, you will find a 14-m-high climbing tower with four different difficulty levels as well as barbecue areas with a beautiful view of the Odle Mountains. The high rope course is situated only 50 m from the car park Ranui in the woods.
    From Easter to mid-June and from mid-September to the end of October, we ask you kindly to call beforehand.

    Sport Climbing
    Drittlsond - Speikboden
    Sand in Taufers/Campo Tures, Ahrntal/Valle Aurina

    It is an excellent alternative to Pursteinwand Campo Tures. The ways are beautiful, stable and not too difficult.

    Before the cable-cars Speikboden, cross the bridge and turn left and follow the sign with the signs leading into the woods.

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    Archery range
    Movimënt - Active Park Piz La Ila
    Badia, Dolomites Region Alta Badia

    The Piz La Ila Active Park is suitable for the whole family with games and activities for children and adults.

    In the Piz La Ila Movimënt park, easily accessible by the cable car from La Villa to Piz La Ila, you will find just the right balance between physical effort and peace of mind. There are areas dedicated to sports and entertainment combined with relaxation and reflexology areas, you will not want to leave this delightful plateau of Alta Badia.

    The climbing walls are ideal for children of all ages to take the first steps in climbing. The walls offer different exercises for balance and strength, for all levels of difficulty.

    Then there is the area set up to prepare for the winter season, where you can run between the posts and use the fitness equipment to strengthen your legs and abs.

    In the middle of the park there is a slackline zone, a game of balance that is catching on all over the world, with varying degrees of difficulty and height.

    At Piz La Ila Active Park you can't miss the large relaxation area with a small lake and a waterfall as well as Kneipp reflexology paths. Relax and listen to the nature that is all round the Movimënt park.

    From the Piz La Ila park you can quickly and easily reach the other Movimënt parks at Piz Sorega and Pralongiá on foot or by e-bike.

    Sport Climbing
    Adventure Park Obereggen
    Deutschnofen/Nova Ponente, Dolomites Region Eggental

    The new forest high ropes course in Obereggen...

    • Three courses full of variety
    • 25 stations
    • Via nets, suspension bridges and unsteady tree trunks, you work your way from TREE TO TREE
    • Hurl yourself down a ca. 90 m zip line for a breathtaking final descent

    Price: 18,00€ /adult - 13,00€ /child

    Opening hours
    Tuesday and Friday from 2 - 6.00 p.m.
    Saturday and Sunday from 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.
    In the week from 01.08. - 12.08.2024  open daily from 10.00 a.m. - 6.00 p.m.

    Sport Climbing
    Adventure park
    Toblach/Dobbiaco, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    Don’t look down! This motto is valid not only for who has a bad head of heights, but also for adventurers who climb on rope courses at the adventure park.

    The adventure park is situated in Dobbiaco and it is targeted exclusively to beginners and because of that appropriate particularly for families with children. Besides, also experienced climbers won’t get a raw deal. In the adventure park of Dobbiaco there are 10 different courses. Seven of them are excellently suitable for children. The first two are there to familiarize with the security equipment. The following course is about 2 m high and perfect for smaller children. The green and blue courses are all 219 m long and 3–4 m high. Besides, there are also the purple and the red course. They are about 4–6 m high and a bit more difficult. The most difficult course is the black one: it is 8-15 m high. The latest attraction of the course is the new canyon course, with about 40 tricky obstacles.

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing garden Lago di Braies/Pragser Wildsee Lake
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The climbing garden is approx. 30 minutes’ walk east of the Lago di Braies. It offers 15 tours, covering levels of difficulty 2 to 7b+, and is thus highly recommended for both beginners and advanced climbers. Whilst the lower wall area is ideal for beginners, with its moderate steepness and rock with good grips, the upper wall will challenge even experienced climbers.

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing garden "Ponticello"
    Prags/Braies, Dolomites Region 3 Zinnen

    The climbing garden can be reached in 10 minutes from the parking area of Ponticello. The climbing is mostly technically demanding on small ledges and pockets. The Levels of difficulty reach from 5a to 7b.

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing Park Tamersc
    La Val, Dolomites Region Kronplatz/Plan de Corones

    Climbing Park Tamersc

    A beautiful climbing park with routes for all levels, located in San Vigilio di Marebbe/St. Vigil in Enneberg

    Have a go at tackling the walls of our rock climbing centre!

    For more information please contact the guides:
    Simon Kehrer: Tel (+39) 389 4223062
    Max Willeit: Tel (+39) 335 684 94 22

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing wall Montiggl
    Eppan an der Weinstaße/Appiano sulla Strada del Vino, 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

    Sport Climbing
    Climbing Park Juval
    Naturns/Naturno, 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