Mountain Climbing in Selva di Val Gardena, Bolzano, Trentino-South Tyrol Italy

Franco Cavazza refuge :
difficult; 1950m/6397ft
Piz Sella (Sella mountain group):
extremely difficult; 2240m/7349ft
Grigno (Valsugana):
difficulty -5b/8b; 263m/826ft
Predazzo (Val di Fiamme):
difficulty -5b/7c; 1090m/3576ft
Carisolo (Val Rendena):
difficulty -4c/8a; 1045m/3428ft
Trentino-Alto Adige region, in north Italy, can be considered as one of the most known destination among fans of climbing. With the Italian Alps in Trentino side and the Dolomites di Brenta in Adige side, the entire region seems to be an extensive playground, full of options.

The climbing network is extremely efficient with many years of experience and very qualified employees. From the demanding high altitudes for the advanced and the challenging open plateau for the experienced till the simple crags for the beginners, the region offers endless possibilities. Instructors and guides with very solid knowledge of the zone are at your disposal at any moment.

The best period for mountain climbing depends on the spot, the altitude and the natural position of the place. In Grigno (Valsugana) the best period for practicing mountain climbing is in spring and autumn while Predazzo in Val di Fiamme is recommended for visiting from spring until autumn. Carisolo in Val Rendena is ideal during spring and autumn.

Naturally from spring to autumn the conditions are more favorable but in many cases even during the winter season, the fans can enjoy their sport on the icy hillsides.