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Daily mountain tours in the Dolomites

Reserve your place now for your newest mountain challenge in the Dolomite mountain range. Find a climb that best fits your level for an unforgettable experience.

Mountain RangeDolomite Mountains
Duration1 day
Offer periodMay, Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct, Nov
Type of tripNot specified

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Climb the majestic Dolomites mountains and customize your trip to match your ability. I provide a wide spectrum of programs that are made with you in mind.

Whether you are an experienced climber seeking a new challenge, or a beginner hoping to get your hands on the alpine rocks, there is a tour dedicated for you, from hiking and summit climbs to via ferratas and alpine climbing.

Daily climbing tours suited for novices include a beginner course, a climb to the Fensterle tower, the little Fermeda, the 5-Finger peak, and the 1. + 2. Sellaturm.

For those with a small bit of experience, suitable climbs include the Vajolet towers, and the Santner peak, which can also be adapted for intermediate climbers.

Other intermediate climbs involve the Rosengarten peak and the Ciavazes south west wall.

If you’re looking for a tour on a via ferrata, then beginners would enjoy Rotwand – Roda di Vael, or the little and big Cir Peaks, both of which has an easy grading as well as a difficult grading.

Via ferratas with moderate difficulty include Kessel Kogel – Catinaccio d’Antermoia (3,004m), the west ridge of Marmolada (3,342m), the normal way of Marmolada (3,342m), and the Maximilian ferrata. The Santner Pass and the Sass Rigais (3,025m) both have options of moderate and difficult.

Finally, those seeking difficult to very difficult via ferratas can challenge themselves to Pisciadu – Tridentina, the Masaré ferrata, the Pößnecker – Ferrata delle Meisules, the Col Rodella ferrata, and the Laurenzi ferrata.

Reserve your place now for your newest mountain challenge in the Dolomite mountain range. Find a climb that best fits your level for an unforgettable experience.

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Equipment: Ferrata set, rucksack, helmet and harness, trekking or mountain shoes, water bottle, snacks, warm and functional clothing, sun protection (sunglasses, sun lotions), band-aids.

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About the guide

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The mountains are my home. Ever higher, steeper and more difficult climbs are what motivates me. After Reinhold Messner , I am the first South Tyrolean to successfully climb all Seven Summits . I have set foot on the highest peaks in the world a total of 14 times and intend to continue making my high altitude dreams come true in the coming years.

Come with me and discover the most beautiful mountains in the Alps and the Dolomites or join one of my trips to some of the most stunning mountain areas in the world. You can also climb the 7 summits with me!


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Prices per person, per day

Group of 1

EUR 98 each

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Price details

• This is the price for a group of 2, 3 and 4 people. This price is for the little and big Cir Peaks. Via ferratas Sass Rigais: €130 Pisciadu – Tridentina: €110 Pößnecker - Ferrata delle Meisules: €145 Maximilian ferrata: €110 Col Rodella ferrata: €95 Normal way Marmolada: €135 west ridge Marmolada: €150 Rotwand - Roda di Vael ferrata: €110 Masaré ferrata: €110 Kessel Kogel - Catinaccio d'Antermoia: €130 Santner Pass: €120 Laurenzi ferrata: €150 Climbs Beginner course: €95 Ciavazes south west wall: €150 Fensterle tower: €130 Vajolet towers: €145 1. + 2. Sellaturm: €130 5-Finger peak: €130 Santner peak: €400 Rosengarten peak: €160 little Fermeda: €140


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