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Dolomites In seventh heaven

Dolomites, a paradise for climbers

Majestic rock towers, impressive drops, bizarre rock needles, and steep gullies – the Dolomites considered a climbing paradise, and rightly so. More than 200 years ago, the first people set out to conquer the Dolomites. Since then many fixed rope routes have been carved into the rocks of the Dolomites UNESCO World Heritage site. No wonder: nowhere else than in this impressive mountain landscape do you have so many possibilities for climbing. Children and adults, beginners and professionals alike, will get their money’s worth in the Dolomites. We, the host families at Familienhotels Südtirol, know the Pale Mountains like the back of our hand and will tell you where climbing with children is the most beautiful. It’s best to follow a mountain guide who will guide you safely through the steep terrain.

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High up: Climbing in the Dolomites

Child-friendly via ferrata in the Dolomites

  • Monte Spico/Speikboden children’s via ferrata near Sand in Taufers for children from 6 to 12
  • Giovanni Barbara via ferrata in Val di Fanes/Fanestal near Toblach, which leads behind a waterfall to different panoramic points
  • Hauptmann-Bilgeri climb to Monte Piano, where there is an open-air museum about World War I
  • Bonacossa course above Lake Misurina, perfect for beginners
  • Alpini course near Sexten, created by soldiers during World War I
  • Cir V in Val Gardena/Gröden, a short but demanding via ferrata for families
  • Maximilian via ferrata on Alpe di Siusi/Seiser Alm, surefootedness absolutely necessary
  • Masaré via ferrata on the southern part of Catinaccio/Rosengarten with great view
  • Sass de Putia/Peitlerkofel, short and easy via ferrata to the Dolomite peaks near Lüsen

Climbing & high-ropes courses in the Dolomites

  • Toblach Adventure Park with different courses with five levels of difficulty for children from 6 years
  • Military climbing garden in Toblach, ideal for beginners
  • Col de Flam adventure high wire trail in St. Ulrich with 680m-long fly line, petting zoo, and trampolines
  • Climbing garden in the Stone City near Wolkenstein with different stone blocks for experienced climbers
  • Forest high ropes course in Obereggen with four courses, 30 stations, and zipline
  • KronAction in Issing, the largest high ropes course in South Tyrol

Climbing halls in the Dolomites

  • Dolomitenarena Sexten with bouldering area, suitable for beginners and professionals
  • Nordic Arena climbing hall in Toblach with about 80 climbing routes and boulder room
  • Bouldering hall in Mitterolang: small but charming
  • Bruneck climbing centre with around 270 climbing routes and 680m2 of bouldering space
  • Nives climbing hall in Wolkenstein with about 75 climbing routes
  • Climbing hall at the Center Imam in St. Christina
  • Boulder hall in St. Ulrich-Runggaditsch with 220m2 climbing wall
  • Boulder hall in the Telfen sports centre in Kastelruth