Have you long fancied trying climbing but always believed that it’s just for an elite few? Or do you think you’re too old for climbing now? Nothing could be further from the truth, believe me!
Cortina d’Ampezzo has a wonderful sport climbing gym where you can try your hand at nearly 26 metres high faces with pitches of various difficulty levels of up to 30 metres in length.
What to do in Cortina if it rains? These indoor climbing gyms are an excellent way to learn climbing as well as being useful for those looking for a fun thing to do on a rainy day. So here’s something to do if it rains in Cortina.
The longest pitches are in the main tower and most of them are not too steep. There is also a vertical face, a little less high, with simpler pitches suitable for beginners.
What is there to do in Cortina when it rains? Let’s go to climbing gym!
When the weather is bad you are not able to enjoy the amazing crags of Cortina.
With the help and advice of a guide who has been climbing since he was a child, both beginners and experienced climbers can learn and have fun at Cortina’s attractive climbing gym. At the end of the day, you’re not just going to stay at the hotel all day are you?
- Location: the Lino Lacedelli sport climbing gym or Kletterzentrum in Bruneck.
- Difficulty level: for beginners and expert climbers.
- Indoor climbing gym costs: 55,00 Euros per hour (minimum 2 hours). 15,00 Euros surcharge for each additional person.
- Note: prices include technical equipment rental /climbing shoes and harness.
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