Mountain Climbing in the Dolomites

Uncover some of the best climbs of your life in this mountainous paradise.

You’ll find the distinctive rugged shapes of the Dolomites nestled in the northern Italian Alps. Formed of over 30 peaks, this range is surrounded by picture-perfect alpine scenery of lakes, meadows and valleys and is the perfect place for a mountain climbing adventure. 
 
 
 
 
 

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There are many reasons for choosing Mountain Climbing in Italy

Here you’ll find some iconic, beautiful mountains. There are also mountain climbs for most levels, from more simple walk-ups and via ferrata through to very technical climbs.

 

Good to know:

Country code

+39

Language

Italian

Currency

Euro (EUR)

Best time to visit

June through September

How to get there

Fly to Venice international airport then travel to the Dolomites by car, train or bus

Weather

The Dolomites have pleasant temperatures and very sunny days during the summer months, with average daily temperatures ranging from 10 ºC to 20 ºC, depending on the time of year. The summer also happens to be the wettest part of the year, with both autumn and spring being a bit drier

More info about Mountain Climbing in Dolomites:

The Marmolada (3,343 meters), or the Queen of the Dolomites, is the tallest mountain in the range and is a great intermediate climb. The Tre Cime di Lavaredo is one of the most iconic of the peaks in the Dolomites and climbing Cima Grande (2,999 meters) is a great advanced challenge

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