Rare are the places in the world where within a few kilometers you will find limestone rocks, granite rocks, the Brenta Dolomites and the tonalite of the Adamello-Presanella. Crags, single-pitch climbs, classic or sport climbing routes... there’s something here for everyone.
Traditional and sport climbing in Madonna di Campiglio
climbing among the Brenta Dolomites and the Adamello-Presanella massifNumerous sport climbing itineraries await climbers of all levels, including internationally renowned sport and classic routes: this is Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Val Rendena.
Crags, limestone and granite walls and spiers, single pitches and long routes. Short approaches or picturesque surroundings, levels of difficulty suitable for beginners or rigorous pitches for the more advanced on the rocks of the Adamello Brenta Natural Park.
“Mountaineering is about finding the easiest way to the summit, everything else is acrobatics”. Bruno Detassis.
Mountain guides are ideal companions when going climbing: from climbing courses to the "normal ways", and from the easiest routes to more difficult levels, a guide can offer all the security you need and teach you the best techniques to handle any challenges you might face.
Classic routes in Brenta
The Preus and the Maestri Alimonta on Campanile Basso, the Via delle Guide on Crozzon di Brenta and the Detassis on Cima Brenta Alta are some of the most famous classic climbing routes in the Brenta Dolomites, attracting countless enthusiasts every summer.
Bouldering in Val Genova
The granite rock of Val Genova is particularly popular with boulderers.
This stunning valley, which stretches from the town of Carisolo to Piana di Malga Bedole, has many secondary valleys leading off it, leading through the wilderness to the highest peaks of the Adamello and Presanella group.
These include Val Siniciaga, Val di Lares, Val di Folgorida, Val Cercen, Val Gabbiolo, Val Rocchette and Val Nardis. The entire valley is scattered with blocks of granite, with something for all tastes, lovingly cleaned and maintained by locals... with plenty more potential for the future!