Complete with plentiful and varied rock climbing opportunities for participants of all levels, Italy has plenty to offer. Enjoy coastal cliffs on the island of Sardinia as well as the Amalfi Coast. Take full advantage of the rugged terrain of the Italian Alps in the Aosta Valley and the Dolomites too! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Rock Climbing trips in Italy. The mountains are calling!
Rock Climbing in Sardinia
Rock Climbing in Arco
Rock Climbing in the Dolomites
Rock Climbing in Finale Ligure
Rock Climbing in Cortina D’Ampezzo
Tre Cime di Lavaredo Rock Climbing
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Lake Garda Rock Climbing
Rock Climbing in Sorrento
What should I know about Rock Climbing Italy?
Italy’s rugged and diverse landscape combined with its superb summer climate makes the Mediterranean paradise an ideal rock climbing location. The country is pretty big by European standards, but getting here is no problem. Depending on where you are going, you’ll likely arrive somewhere different. To get to the Dolomites, flying into Milan is best. Arriving in Turin is ideal for a trip to the Aosta Valley. Meanwhile, arriving in Cagliari or Olbia works well for climbing in Sardinia.
Why should I choose Italy for my Rock Climbing adventure?
Something for everyone
What can I expect from the weather in Italy?
During the summer, northern Italy can get quite hot in the valleys, but become more mild with higher altitudes. Rain is uncommon during this season, though more frequent in the autumn. Sardinia has a Mediterranean climate and is generally warm all year long. The summers can be quite hot with a very strong sun. Rain is not uncommon in the spring.
How many days should I allocate for my Italy Rock Climbing experience?
This depends on what you would like to do and how much time you have to spare. Many guides offer a variety of trips from single-day excursions to week-long expeditions. Overall, a week or two is probably enough to thoroughly experience whichever location you choose to visit.
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What’s the high season for Rock Climbing in Italy?
May to September, although in Sardinia rock climbing may be done all year round.
Its important to look at reviews of each guide to choose the best experience. Look no further. Etienne Bernard is flexible, safe, personable, proactive, and HIGHLY experienced. Although it was snowy and frigid, Etienne helped me persevere up the a 600' climb. He was very encouraging, I never felt unsafe, and I fully recommend his guiding services. I hope everyone looking to climb, ski, or hike in the Dolomites, Italy is able to having Etienne as their guide.
We came to do 1 day climbing for beginners, ended exceeding expectations with the BEST advavature we ever add. The guide was super comb and professional. We just wait for the next time...
Climbing in the Dolomites with Etienne was absolutely a highlight of our trip. He was an excellent guide, knowledgeable, safe, and a pleasure to spend a day with. Communication leading up to the trip was easy and responsive, and I felt I could ask him any of my numerous questions. Our climb at the Sella Towers was the perfect choice for our first multi-pitch and we couldn’t have asked for a better guide.
Etienne is a very experience local guide who knows the area very well. He guided my boyfriend and I for 2 days. The first day, we went on a 13 multi-pitch climb up Tre Cime di Lavaredo and Etienne guided us up the mountain efficiently and safely while also taking time to explain to us some basic mountaineering concepts and our surrounding mountains. We started at 7am and was rappeling down by 3pm as he had originally estimated. The 2nd day was a more casual single pitch sport day where Etienne gave us some private instructions on how to efficiently climb outside using more legs and less arms. We are very happy with the service Etienne provided, he had great communication skills and spoke great english. We would consider him for future guided trips in the area again.
Etienne was an excellent rock climbing guide and also thoroughly enjoyable company throughout our climb. We climbed Dibona Arete on Cime Grande together. A wonderful climb, although for me some challenging moves which I only completed because Etienne was taking great care of belaying me. I've no hesitation in recommending Etienne. Very well organised by explore-share.com too.
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