Bouldering in Cortina d’ Ampezzo, Belluno,
Pompanin, Tofana di Rozes mountain:
V +, 430m/1410ft
Mesner, Marmolada mountain:
VI +, 800m/2624ft
The Dolomites is the perfect arena for the sport fans of climbing and bouldering. With a wide range of challenging walls, Dolomites mountain chain is considered one of the most important natural playgrounds in the climbing international scene.
The many high peaks, some oft them over the 3000 m/9842 ft and 800 m/2624 ft long offer endless possibilities for really adventurous experiences in long and demanding natural walls.The summer season, from June till September, is ideal for the climbing excursionists.
The pass between Cortina d’ Ampezzo and San Cassiano, in Falzarego offers excellent climbing conditions both for beginners and skilled climbers. The Marmolada Mountain, with its 800 m/2624 ft high and 3 km/1.8 mi width and with many demanding crags is the top destination. The Grande Cima peak is the climb dream for any serious climber. Furthermore, the superb backdrop of the Alps is a plus reason to give high priority for visiting the Dolomites.
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The Dolomites mountain chain and its surroundings is just the ideal location for anyone to practice all kind of snow and ice activities. Ice climbing fans can find here an exceptional arena with countless options for practicing their preferred sport. In Corvara, no more than 20 km/12.4 mi from Cortina d' Ampezzo, there is one of the largest artificial installations in Europe.
Cortina d' Ampezzo has been since the 70' the most important flying area in Italy and Europe as well. The Free Flight Italian Federation has been founded on the spot in 1976, while many free flight clubs have started to operate in the same year.
Monte Baldo mountain chain and its surrounding area, in Lake Garda, is the perfect open playground for winter mountain sports fans. From December until March, Monte Baldo offers to ski fans an amazing skiing season. The eastern slopes of the Mountain are more friendly for ski activities due to the surface conditions - it is less rocky. The most famous slope in the zone is the Prà Alpesina, a black marked run and fixed training point for many national championships as well as regional and national ski events.
The Dolomite area offers a wide variety of trekking itineraries with different levels of difficulty for the sport's fans. With countless paths and routes in a breathtaking landscape, the entire area seems to be the ideal destination for hiking on the mountains! The choices are endless in the Dolomite's open playground arena such as Arabba, Creppe Rossa, Selva di Cadore, Sasso Bianco, Val Civetta, Croda da Lago, Val di Fassa.
The canyoning activity in Dolomites, is a very successful combination of mountaineering and fluvial techniques. In Trentino region, in northern Italy, the fans of canyoning have many options to enjoy the magnificent gorges of Italian Alps. The crystal clear waters coming down directly from the snowy slopes of the Dolomite’s peaks and the breathtaking landscape, not only from the top of the hills but also from the heart of the mountains would take your breath away. The area offers many possibilities for all skill levels.
In north Italy, in the Trentino – Alto Adige region, the ski season does not ended early spring but continuous in some resort till October. The fans of ski can enjoy under the summer sun exciting moments on the slopes in high altitude above 3400m/1115ft.