Fingers clutch the pale rock, gazes concentrated upwards - the view can wait. The unmistakeable bleached stone, the curious rock formations – the Dolomites, a UNESCO World Natural Heritage Site amongst the most spectacular climbing regions in the world. And San Vigilio and San Martin lie right at the heart of it all.
Besides easy and more adventurous via ferratas (such as the particularly challenging 'Furcia Rossa') one, there are also several popular crags. Würzjoch and Lungiarü at San Martin, and Laboratorio, Haarem, Nêa, and Pederü at San Vigilio, are just as mystical and thrilling as their names suggest. Up close against Dolomite rock - climbing these rock faces means untamed nature you can touch.
The southern face of Col Bechei represents a special treat for very experienced climbers of Alpine routes. Climbing this route is only recommended when accompanied by a mountain guide.
Those with no climbing experience but who have been wanting to give it a try for some time, and those wishing to improve their climbing technique will find the summer climbing courses ideal.
No matter if you're a beginner or expert – where there's a rock face, there's a climbing route in San Vigilio and San Martin.