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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OTHER SPOTS IN Belluno / Bolzano / Cortina d' Ampezzo / Venice /
Mountaineering in the Dolomites area is one of the most exiting experience you can get! The magnificent landscape carved from the continuous rapid water and the strong winds, offers unforgettable experiences and incredible images of unique scenery. Fans, with different level of difficulty, can practice here their preferred sport with totally safety. Here the nature offers a huge play room, full of strong emotions.
Trentino - Alto Adige, in northern Italy, has recently become a point of attraction for the enthusiasts of hand gliding. The famous Dolomites di Brenta mountain group is a hot spot for flying, due to its plentiful peaks and slopes.
The entire Dolomites mountain group is an enormous playground, full of routes, trails and paths. The Alto Adige-Trentino region, in north Italy, is the ideal destination for trekking enthusiasts. Trentino, situated in the bottom of the Italian Alps, is famous for the endless opportunities that offer to the trekkers. Since 1896 when the first trail ‘’Osvaldo Orsi’ was established, thus connecting the shelter of Pedrotti e Tosa with Tuckett's one, the mountain group of Dolomites di Brenta, in the north part of the Brenta peak, offers many kilometers of trails for different levels of ability.
Sharpen your blades and boards for the Battle ROJal 2017 and the 2nd QParks Tour Stop of the 2016/17 season, on the 7th of January, 2017. The Qparks is supporting the most talented of the young riders out there for seven years now and the “Battle ROjal” in Schöneben at Reschenpass, Italy has been a part of the Tour for the last six years.
Monte Baldo, in Lake Garda area, is a long-established ski area and winter sport resort. Snowboarding lovers can meet here the ideal snowboarding conditions and an excellent provision of services from the local authorities and the snowboarding schools. You can reach from Malcesine the top of the Monte Baldo Mountain with the super modern cable system in only 10-15 minutes.
In Alto Adige - Trentino region, fans of caving can admire the impressive underground setting of the Dolomites mountain chain, shaped by the continuous flow of crystal clear water from the melting of ancient glaciers.
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.