Climbing in South Tyrol – conquer the mountains
Great variety in Val Pusteria / Pustertal and Valle di Casies / Gsiesertal
Climbing in South Tyrol is unique and that's thanks to the wonderful mountains here. The Vedrette di Ries / Rieserferner, foothills of the Defereggen Alps and the nearby Dolomites make Valle di Casies / Gsiesertal the ideal holiday destination for climbing fans who are looking for the right degree of adrenaline and new challenges.
South Tyrol is a real paradise for climbing. In the meantime, there are more than 100 climbing gardens and way more than 1.000 climbing routes of all levels of difficulty in this region. Skill, body control, experience and trust in your partner are required when climbing in South Tyrol.
There are large climbing centres in Sesto / Sexten, Brunico / Bruneck and Bolzano / Bozen and if you would rather head for a climbing garden for climbing in South Tyrol then there are various options such as the Franchi, Landro and Val Rienza / Rienztal climbing gardens in Val di Landro / Höhlensteintal, the climbing garden on the Haunold in San Candido / Innichen or the Val Camp di Dentro / Innerfeldtal climbing garden near Sesto / Sexten.
Get enthusiastic about climbing in South Tyrol and we will recommend the ideal climbing garden or perfect centre for your climbing level at reception.