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Climbing in Alta Badia in the heart of the Dolomites

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Climbing is an integral part of every active vacation in Alta Badia. Many challenging climbing gardens can be found in the heart of the Dolomites – but there are also plenty of facilities for beginners. Sass de Stria on Falzarego pass is recommended to beginners. Sass Dlacia in San Cassiano/St. Kassian offers exciting, challenging routes, Pederü offers medium-difficulty routes, and the North wall of Sas de Pütia/Peitlerkofel, the main mountain in Val Badia/Gadertal, features easy to medium-difficulty routes. You will be delighted to experience climbing in Alta Badia, in the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site.

Our climbing tips

Sass Dlacia climbing garden

A number of varied climbing trails can be found in Armentarola high above San Cassiano/St. Kassian. The climbing area is split into various parts, and is particularly interesting for experienced climbers. Good physical shape is required!

Pederü – San Vigilio/St. Vigil

The Pederü climbing area near San Vigilio/St. Vigil offers routes of medium difficulty. More than 20 remote routes lead along the steep Dolomites rock faces and offer incredible views. A number of small steps facilitate the climbs.

Passo delle Erbe/Würzjoch– Sas de Pütia/Peitlerkofel

This climbing garden, which is situated at the foot of the North wall of Sas de Pütia/Peitlerkofel, the region's main mountain, offers a total of 23 easy to average routes.

Bouldering at Valparola pass

A spacious, beautiful bouldering area can be found on Valparola pass, approx. 1 km before Falzarego pass. The area features almost 50 different boulders.

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