Sport Climbing

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Cortina d’Ampezzo stands as a genuine haven for enthusiasts of sport climbing, catering not only to traditional climbers aspiring to conquer the stunning Dolomite peaks but also welcoming sport climbers seeking a fantastic playground in the Ampezzo valley. The natural beauty of the numerous crags in this region adds an extra layer of charm to the experience.

The most beautiful sport-climbing areas of the Dolomites!

With over 1,000 routes available, there is ample rock to grasp onto! Novice climbers will find excellent crags at Sass de Stria, Crepo Longo, and Lagazuoi. The Crepe d’Oucera Alte offers a challenge for those proficient in 6c, while more experienced climbers will encounter satisfying routes at Lavagna or the demanding pitches of Campo and Volpera.

Here are the main climbing areas in the Cortina basin: [1] The unique Dolomite towers of Cinque Torri. [2] The Crèpo Lòngo, is a crag set in a very panoramic setting with an easy approach by Faloria cable car. [3] The sunny limestone slabs of Són Póuses. [4] The overhangs of porous dolomite rock at Crépe de Oucèra. [5] The maze of different-shaped boulders immersed in the greenery of the Volpera and Campo caves. [6] The labyrinth of overhanging spires at Bèco d’Ajàl. [7] The block of smooth dolomite rock at Colfiere and Lavagna (the blackboard). [8] The scenic faces of the Lagazuoi and Sass de Stria. [9] The intriguing face of Rio Gere. Read more about the best climbing crags in Cortina.

In addition, to improve your climbing technique and develop your strength, you can take advantage of the indoor climbing gyms in the area.

  • Where: Crags in the area of Cortina d’Ampezzo.
  • Difficulty: Suitable for 5.9 to 5.11 climbers.
  • Note: Technical equipment is included.
  • Price: 350 Euros for one or two people.