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Climbing on the Dolomites
Discover the most beautiful climbing tours in South Tyrol
Mann hat das Gipfelkreuz in den Dolomiten erklettert

Enjoy a variety of climbing tours on the Dolomites and experience an unforgettable climbing holiday

An exploration of one's own strengths and possibilities. Set new standards and values and grow beyond yourself. The Dolomites offer absolute highlights. They are regarded worldwide as the Eldorado for climbers and mountaineers! The Dolomites in South Tyrol are therefore very popular between alpinists. Enthusiastic visitors from all over the world travel to South Tyrol and undertake climbing tours on the Schlern - Sciliar, complete climbing routes on the Alpe di Siusi - Seiser Alm and climbing parties on the Dolomites. The assortment of climbing tours is huge and climbing makes fun... A climbing holiday in the Dolomites is a MUST for every mountain fan. The variety of climbing tours in South Tyrol is hardly to be surpassed: no matter whether beginners or climbing professionals - everyone is welcome. Find the most beautiful tours on the mountains of the Dolomites - you will be delighted! Our ABINEA Dolomiti Hotel offers an optimal starting point for your climbing tours on the Dolomites. We will be glad to give you tips for climbing experiences on the Schlern - Sciliar, the Alpe di Siusi - Seiser Alm and much more ... We look forward to see you!

Pushnecker Climbing Sella Peak

  • 2.941 m (Sellagruppe)
  • Difficulty: particularly difficult climbing route
  • Starting point: Sellajoch, 2,240 m
  • Base: Sellajochhaus, 2,183 m
  • Ascent: approx. 700 m
  • Descent: approx. 700 m
  • Via ferrata: approx. 500 m

Pisciadùsteig Pisciadùhütte

  • 2.583 m (Sellagruppe)
  • Difficulty: difficult 
  • Starting point: car park at the valley station of the cable car (1,950 m) to Pisciadù hut, about halfway between the Grödner Joch and Colfosco.
  • Base: Colfosco / Colfosco, 1,615 m
  • Ascent: approx. 600 m
  • Descent: about 600 m
  • Via ferrata: about 400 m

Oskar-Schuster-Steig Plattkofel

  • 2.964 m (Langkofel group)
  • Difficulty: difficult 
  • Starting point: Sellajochhaus, 2,153 m
  • Base: Langkofelhütte, 2,252 m
  • Ascent: approx. 700 m
  • Descent: about 1.200 m
  • Via ferrata: about 400 m

Sass Rigais - Ost-West Passage

  • 3025 m
  • Difficulty: medium difficulty climbing (6)
  • Starting point: Bergstation Col Raiser cable car, 2.104 m
  • Base: Regensburg hut (Rifugio Firenze), 2,252 m
  • Ascent: approx. 1.200 m
  • Descent: about 1.200 m
  • Klettersteig: about 600 m

The "Maximiliansteig": a special highlight in South Tyrol

A via ferrata over the ridge of the Rosszähne. From the Tierser Alpl hut to the Schlernhaus or in the opposite direction. On one hand the Seiseralm, on the other the deep views in the Tschamintal. The Maximiliansteig, a beautiful, not particularly difficult, but in some places quite exposed climbing route, can be reached either from the Tierser-Alpl-Hut (2438 m) or from the Schlernhäusern (2457 m). The path is easy to walk in both directions.

Height: 218 m

Duration: 2.30 h

Santner Pass Climbing

  • 2734 m
  • Starting point: Rosengartenhütte, 2339 m, the most beautiful ascent to the heart of the Rosengarten, surrounded by steep walls and towers with magnificent views. After approximately 2 ½ to 3 hrs you reach the Santnerhütte, 2734 m. Return on the way, or on trail no. 542 via Gartlhütte to Vajolethütte, then on route no. 541 and no. 550 via Tschagerjoch back to Rosengartenhütte.
  • Markings: No. 542s
  • Requirement: good perseverance required.

Red Wall Klettersteig

  • 2806 m (Rosengartengruppe)
  • Starting point: Paolinahütte, 2125 m. A secured climbing route over the north ridge to the Rotwandspitze, the main summit of the southern Rosengartengruppe, 2806 m.
  • Variant: Descent to the Rotwandhütte (secured path) or below the "Fensterturm", continuation of the Masarè Klettersteig and return to Paolinahütte.
  • Markings: No. 539 and No. 551
  • Requirement: easy - mediocre

Masarè Klettersteig

  • 2585 ??m
  • Starting point: Rotwandhütte, 2280 m. This rock path is linked to the south of the Rotwand climbing route and leads from the Rotwand hut to the Punta Masarè, 2585 m. From here descend to Rotwandhütte.
  • Requirements: medium to heavy.

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