Climbing and bouldering

What kind of climber are you? Sport or classic climbing? Do you prefer crag climbing on the walls of the Brenta Dolomites or the Adamello Presanella; on granite, on limestone, or slopers, notches or slabs? Do you dream of the long routes of the Valle di Daone or the notches of the Breguzzo crag? Or what about bouldering in Val Genova or the famous erratic boulders of Valle di Daone? Here you can do everything. Choose your favourite and... the only way is up!

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Climbing in the Chiese and in Valle di Daone

Although best known for Daone Climbing, mountaineering in the Valle del Chiese doesn’t only mean the Daone Valley: there is also the Corna del Vescof natural climbing wall and the Baitoni natural climbing wall.

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Climbing in Giudicarie

There are four crags in the Giudicarie Centrali: Coltura and Preore have the most frequented, well equipped and most uniform slopes; then there is the historical crag of Tione and the Breguzzo face with its beautiful notches and overhanging features for those who want it in spades! Discover them all.

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