In Trentino-South Tyrol, in north Italy, ice climbing is a seriously widespread sport activity. The Italian Alps are a natural shaped arena for the fans of ice climbing. Here, the environment offers the unique possibility to challenge you both in alpine and in water ice.
The Dolomites mountain group is one of the most extensive snow skiing areas in the Alps mountain chain. The entire zone, known as Dolomiti Superski, extends over the northern Italian provinces of Trento, Bolzano and Belluno and it is divided into 21 snow parks for a total of 1200 km/745.6 mi of slopes.
Cortina d’ Ampezzo, the most famous snow resort in the Dolomites mountain chain, can offer you the unique opportunity to practice and admire a real sailing experience in the heart of the Alps, during the summer season. Since 2006, the first yachting mountain club in Italy and the second in the world operates here.
Trentino-South Tyrol region of northern Italy provides excellent and well-advanced infrastructures for alpine skiing, that have been developed over the last years. Cross country skiing in San Martino di Castrozza can become an amazing experience in a unique white snow setting.
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.
In Trentino – Alto Adige, an alpine region in the north of Italy, sailing can be an outstanding experience. The water sports here, in Dolomites mountain group, are not a very frequent leisure activity but nonetheless they are very well organized and count several years of experience.