The impressive dam walls found in the Val Martello Valley, are mighty indeed. Those afraid of heights should avoid this excursion. However, those expecting a thrill will enjoy this impressive work of architecture, dating back from the 1950‘s. Traversing this concrete behemoth is a lot of fun. The wall promises over 80m of rock climbing. Christian, Renè and Jakob assist us on this new adventure.
It is one of the most beautiful vie ferrate in South Tyrol, the challenging Via Ferrata Hoachwool in Val Venosta Valley with its level of difficulty D. It follows the historical 10 km long, impressive irrigation system Val Senales Valley – Naturno, called Hoachwool (high irrigation channel) by the inhabitants. The topology, the rock faces and the wooden irrigation channels make this via ferrata a fascinating experience.
The via ferrata Heini Holzer leads us to the Picco d’Ivigna, the mountain symbol of Merano. This via ferrata is also indicated for inexperienced climbers, though a certain condition is required. It takes its name by the famous South Tyrolean alpinist and extreme skier Heini Holzer, which chose exactly this mountain for his alpine activities.
We climb the legendary Rosengarten in the Dolomites on the Via Ferrata Masarè. This Via Ferrata is really varying, it gets by many ridges and crevices. At some points it is quite exposed and we will have to climb around some rock formations.
Climb with us on the Via Ferrata Passo Santner, or Santnerpass, in the heart of the Catinaccio Group. This fixed-rope route is quite short and well secured - nevertheless some stretches require experience and a steady foot.
Today we are in the Sella Group, at the 2,910 m high Mt. Piz da Lech de Boè. We are going to climb the peak on a short, but challenging via ferrata, which is famous for its vertical, vertiginous ladders…
It is the most popular via ferrata or fixed-rope route of the Dolomites: the view from the Brigata Tridentina Route, or Via Ferrata Pisciadù, is breath-taking and the route with its suspension bridge spectacular. However, surefootedness and good equipment is a must. Come with us and climb up to 2,585 m a.s.l.!
A relaxing, medium difficult climbing tour on the Torre di Toblin fixed-rope route in the Sesto Dolomites leads from the Rif. A. Locatelli mountain hut to the 2,617 m high Torre di Toblin, a panoramic mountain in front of the breathtaking backdrop of the northern walls of the Three Peaks of Lavaredo.
Ortisei is the meeting place for Tini, Hannes and Herbert. These three ice climbers will attempt to climb the 60 metres high frozen “Pilat” waterfall. In the silence of the mountains, an icy challenge is combined with a fiery climbing adventure…
Enjoy unforgettable climbing experiences in the mountain world of South Tyrol, on numerous indoor climbing walls or outdoor practice areas. A special kind of experience is waiting for you!
And always watch the according safety rules: Appropriate shoes, clothing and equipment and good weather are essential!