Climbing in the Dolomites

High altitudes in the UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site

The Dolomites await you for unforgettable climbing tours up steep walls.

The huge flagstones of Cima Nove Peak (3000 m) are described as the most peculiar climbing routes in the Dolomites. These are routes of several hundred metres of length leading along the smooth flagstones of the Dolomites. These routes should be climbed as closely as possible to the rock face. The levels of difficulty range from grade IV to VII.

The most famous routes are the Direttissima Messner and the Heidi route. Expert climbers may also venture along routes on the southern wall of Cor Bechei. These are very difficult alpine routes suitable only for trained and experienced climbers. We recommend booking a guide for these routes!



Furthermore, Pederoa offers climbing gardens located only a few metres from the road, which are easily accessible with route access from the ground. There are several routes with one or two rope lengths with levels of difficulty ranging from grade III to VI+. In the first and third turn to Fodara Vedla some routes have been realised recently. Almost all of them feature one rope-length and a similar level of difficulty (III – VII).
Climbing garden Furcia dai Fers
Climbing garden Pederoa
Climbing garden Ciastlins