trip duration TRIP DURATION
1 day
mountain range MOUNTAIN RANGE
Dolomite Mountains
max people per fuide MAX PEOPLE PER GUIDE
-
trip level TRIP LEVEL
Sustained
best period BEST PERIOD
Jul, Aug, Sep
type of trip TYPE OF TRIP
Not specified

Description

The Tre Cime di Lavaredo, whose name literally translates to, “the three peaks of Lavaredo” is a picturesque summit within the Dolomite Mountains. On our 1-day alpine climbing trip up three of these scenic peaks, you will be reminded of so much of what the mountains have to offer.

 The Tre Cime di Lavaredo contains three peaks, the Cime Piccola (“little peak”), Cime Grande (“big peak”) and Cime Ovest (“west peak”), all of which we get to climb up on this active day. Situated in Italy’s Northeastern Province of Veneto, this large region is not only known for its nature but also its canals. And this mountain range is said to “epitomize” the Dolomites. More still, if you happen to be an Indiana Jones fan, you will certainly recognize these mountains once you get up close.

Starting at 670 meters above sea-level, we will steadily make our way up to the highest peak (located at 2,999 meters above sea-level) over the course of a day-long climb. This trip is recommended to people with a high level of fitness.

Group gear is provided but transportation and lunch are to be independently organized, so make sure you keep this in mind when signing up.  This trip also offers a discount for people wanting to make this journey as a pair, so if there is a loved one you have always wanted to do this with, please join me!

Come with me and reach the summit of one of the most famous peaks in the Dolomites!

You can also check out my 2-day Grossglockner ascent in the Austrian Alps and my Giovanni Lipella via ferrata!

Price per person

1 Person350.00EUR
Group of 2200.00EUR

Price includes

  • Guiding fee
  • Group equipment
The price does not include: transport, use of individual equipment, packed lunch

Other details

Skill level required

Intermediate

Fitness level required

Fit

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