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Ice Climbing in Colfosco

Conquer the frozen falls of Colfosco high in the Dolomites

Home to the highest village in the Alta Badia region, Colfosco is surrounded by inspiring walls of frozen water. Its altitude, along with the frosty temperatures of winter, form the ideal cocktail for superb climbing conditions. All the while being surrounded by the breathtaking scenery of the Dolomite Mountains. Visit between December and March for prime ice climbing conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

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What people are saying about these trips

Teresa Zampaglione

5.00

December, 2021

Dolomites, South Tyrol, Guided Ice Climbing

Marco was professional, accomodating and a very friendly guide. Couldn’t have asked for better! He went out of his way to give us the best beginner ice climbing experience and was so easy to get along with. Would highly recommend!

Roel Quintens

4.00

April, 2018

Colfosco 1-day guided ice climbing

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There are many reasons for choosing Ice Climbing in Colfosco

Resting at 1,645 meters above seal level, the quaint mountain village of Colfosco is the highest village in the region of Alta Badia. So when the temperatures dip and winter arrives, the frosty weather of the region forms quality ice walls and frozen falls. This cocktail of altitude and climate makes the village a perfect place for quality ice climbing.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+39

Currency

Euro

Language

Italian and Ladin

Best time to visit

Visit between December and March for prime climbing conditions

What's the weather like?

Home to a mild and temperate climate, Colfosco receives a lot of rainfall all year round. Yet the driest month of the year is January, as well as being the coldest at approximately 2 °C

More info about Ice Climbing in Colfosco:

Colfosco is a mountain village that rests in the northern Italian province of South Tyrol. At 1,645 meters above sea level, it is the highest village located in the Val Badia. Stretching from the stunning Sella massif to the Puster Valley, the Val Badia is home to many villages whose predominant language is Ladin. Lying at the foot of the great Gardena Pass, Colfosco is perfectly positioned for breathtaking views of the rugged mountaintops

 

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