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Fixed-rope routes, rock climbing and mountaineering in Carezza

Adventure and instruction in the mountains

With their cathedrals, limestone towers, rock formations and peaks, the Dolomites are a climbing paradise like no other! Ideal for all fans of vertical adventures and adrenalin rushes, coupled with an overwhelming amount of natural beauty.  

Whether Alpine climbing, free climbing or bouldering, these types of sport require not only technique and strength, but also considerable concentration - mental training amidst the rocks, and high-altitude training from head to toe, all demand strong ropes, strong partners and strong nerves! And all in the midst of a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site.

Eveninglight Rosengarten mountain Autumn Meadow | © Alexandra Näckler

The ideal guide 

Rosengarten Alpine Centre

Do you first want to learn the basics, prioritising safety and learning about the mountains with the experts? It’s always a good idea!

From your very first efforts all the way to reaching the summit directly via a rock face: the Rosengarten Alpine Centre offers multi-day courses for fixed-rope routes (‘via ferrata’), rock climbing and sports climbing. Lead climbing, a master discipline for multiple-pitch Alpine routes, can also be learned on a one-day course.

Alpine Center Rosengarten

Planggenweg 31
39056 Welschnofen
Tel. + Fax 0471 61 34 87
www.berge-erleben.com
info@berge-erleben.com

Rosengarten-Sciliar area mountain and ski guides

Francesco Banisoni Tel: +39 3356051495
www.bergfuehrerdolomiten.it
info@brunobelligoli.it

Fixed-rope routes and mountaineering in the Rosengarten massif

King Laurin may not have been a climber, but his kingdom is criss-crossed by six fixed-rope routes. Ranging in difficulty from “light sweat” to “major challenge”, there are routes up to the peaks of the Catinaccio d'Antermoia, the Roda di Vaèl and the Santner Pass. The classic climbing routes in the Rosengarten massif have fairy-tale names: the Croda di Re Laurino (Laurin Wall), the Croda del Diavolo (Devil's Wall) and the three Vajolet Towers.

Santnerpass Hut | © Fabian Dalpiaz_Santnerpass Hütte, Eggental – Val d’Ega
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Karersee, Tiers, Welschnofen
Via Ferrata Santnerp | Passo Santner
Distance 7,7 km
Activity time 5 h 00 min
Ascent 1.078 m
Descent 1.078 m
Karersee
Via Ferrata Masarè
Distance 6,3 km
Activity time 5 h 00 min
Ascent 690 m
Descent 690 m
Via ferrata Rotwand | Roda di Vael | © Carezza Dolomites_Ivan Goller, Eggental – Val d’Ega
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Karersee, Welschnofen
Via Ferrata Rotwand | Roda di Vael
Distance 6,4 km
Activity time 5 h 00 min
Ascent 985 m
Descent 985 m
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