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Climb Cima Piccola (Tre Cime di Lavaredo) via the Normal Route in the Dolomites

Giovanni, UIAGM-certified guide, takes you to an iconic peak of the Dolomites for a stunning climbing day. Climb the Cima Piccola of the Tre Cime de Lavaredo under expert guidance!

Mountain RangeDolomite Mountains
Duration1 day
Offer periodJun, Jul, Aug
Skill LevelIntermediate
Fitness LevelFit
Type of tripPrivate


  • Explore a scenic region of northeastern Italy.

  • Climb one of the most iconc peaks in the Alps.

  • Enjoy breathtaking views of a unique alpine landscape.


Are you looking for an awesome alpine climbing adventure in Italy? Then I have the perfect trip for you: let’s climb the Normal Route of Cima Piccola, in the Tre Cime di Lavaredo!

The Tre Cime di Lavaredo are three famous rock formations of the Sexten Dolomites. Until 1919, they were part of the border between Italy and Austria, but nowadays they lie entirely in northeastern Italy, within the provinces of South Tyrol and Belluno. They are probably one of the most iconic mountain groups in the Alps. 

With numerous well-marked routes leading from the surrounding villages to and around the peaks, the Tre Cime di Lavaredo is a perfect destination for outdoor adventures. On this day outing, we will climb Cima Piccola (2,857m.) Despite being the lowest peak of the three, its Normal Route is one of the most technically demanding in the Dolomites.

After meeting in Misurina or any of the Agordina Valley towns, a fun and exciting climbing adventure on solid rock awaits us. From the peak of Piccola, the view of the surrounding Dolomite massifs will be unforgettable. And back at the base, we can enjoy a well-deserved beer!

Conquering this rugged tower requires at least grade IV rock climbing skills. Hiking sections are the exception. In addition, you should be moderately fit and completely healthy. Of course, I will be there to help and guide you. 

So, if you want to reach the top of Cima Piccola (Tre Cime di Lavaredo), please contact me. Let’s stand on one of the most famous summits in the Alps!

Additionally, if you want to go to the highest summit in the Dolomites you can join me on this exciting program to the top of Marmolada

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The Guide has can change the itinerary due to weather conditions or any other reason related to safety.

Meeting point

Chalet Lago d'Antorno - Misurina. 7:30am




Day 1: Cima Piccola ascent

Meeting point: Chalet Lago d’Antorno – Misurina (7:30am)

End of the activity: 5pm at the same place.

Equipment you will need to bring




Other gear: Equipment needed: Hiking/mountaineering shoes, boots or approach shoes, climbing shoes, energy snacks, beverage, fleece, wind/waterproof jacket.

About the guide

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I was born in the plain in 1983, but as often happens to those who were born there, I have always loved the mountains. I was three years old when I wore my first skis, not knowing that this would become my strongest passion ... Skiing, walking, climbing: it is since I was a child that I go to the mountains, first with my parents and my grandfather and then with my friends.

The degree in forestry science was only the logical consequence of this passion, as well as the beautiful summers spent managing the refuge Capanna Punta Penia in Marmolada (the highest refuge in the Dolomites, on top of the highest mountain in the Dolomites!), which I call "the bus without wheels" and all over the Dolomites!
The last step (for now...) was to become a Mountain Guide, to let you experience what the mountain transmits to me!
… and to show you the famous " bus without wheels”

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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 361 each

Group of 2

EUR 289 each

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Price includes

• Guiding fee

• Personal Insurance

Price details

• It is possible to arrange a pick-up service from the main centers of the Agordina Valley. /// Excluded: Toll of the road to Tre Cime di Lavaredo (to be divided among the participants) and everything not mentioned under "what's included".

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