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The stone city of Sella Pass
There are many climbing routes that lead to the imposing peaks of the Dolomites. Summiteers, prepare for an adventure in a stone city!
A special kind of city trip awaits you on the Sella Pass near our accommodation in the Dolomites, Italy. Up here, between Val Gardena/Gröden and Val di Fassa, a mysterious stone city appears. You can't shop here, but you can certainly climb. More than a hundred boulders of all sizes line the idyllic Naturaronda hiking trail and are ideal to prepare for larger climbing adventures in the Dolomites. The countless boulders originate from a huge rockfall at the foot of the mighty Sassolungo/Langkofel and are made of non-slip dolomite rock, which is perfect for the first climbing attempts due to its texture. Real experts and passionate boulderers will find their dream route in this unique climbing area as well! The 15 different boulders not only have different wall inclinations, but also different names. The difficulty of the more than 140 routes ranges from 4 to 7c. Most of them are at 4 or 6a and 6b and are ideal for all those who wish to be challenged. We wish you success in the stone city!
The Riffeser family from Familyhotel Biancaneve