Day 1:

Meeting at Venice Airport – Private transfer to Dolomitti Friulane National Park – Night in Rifugio Pordenone (1249m)



Normal route to Campanile Di Val Montanaia (2173m)

Access from Rifugio Pordenone (1249m): 2h15

Descent through rapels and climb steps down: 1h30 + 1h to the starting point

Transfer to the TRE CIME DI LAVAREDO – Night in Rifugio Auronzo (2333m)

Difficulty: 300m, IV

Route’s duration: 3h30



Spigolo Giallo to Cima Piccola Di Lavaredo (2857m)

Access from Rifugio Auronzo: 45’

Descent through rappels and climb steps down: 2h

Transfer to CORTINA D’AMPEZZO – Night in Rifugio Angelo Dibona (2083m)

Difficulty: 350m, 6ª

Route’s duration: 4-5h



Primo Spigolo to Tofana di Rozes (2650m)

Access from Rifugio Angelo Dibona: 35’

Descent on hiking trail to the starting point: 1h

Transfer to PASSO SELLA – Night in Passo Sella (2218m)

Difficulty: 500m, V

Route’s duration: 4-5h



“Vinatzer” route to Terza Torre del Sella (2688m)

Access from Passo Sella: 20’

Descent through rappels and short hiking trail to starting point: 1h30

Transfer to the CIVETTA – Night in Rifugio Vazzoler (1725m)

Difficulty: 300m, V

Route’s duration: 4-5h



“Tissi” route to Torre Venezia (2337m)

Access from Rifugio Vazzoler: 30’

Descent through many rappels and climb steps down to starting point: 1h30

Transfer to Alleghe – Night in the charming village of Alleghe

Difficulty: 450m, V+

Route’s duration: 5-6h


Día 7:

Private transfer to Venice Airport – Trip back


  • UIAGM/AEGM mountain guide services.
  • Personal advises prior the trip.
  • Reservations management services
  • 5 nights half-board huts accommodation + 1 hotel night accommodation with breakfast
  • Private transfers during the whole program


Not Included:

  • Flights to Venice and back
  • Snacks/drinks/food during the day
  • Participant/s and guide extra expenses due to possible program changes.


General Information:

  • Each group member taking part in the program is required to possess an at date license issued by the Mountaineering Federation valid in the Dolomites.
  • Rock climbing is an extraordinary pass time but it involves risks. Each member in this program takes full responsibility of what could happen.
  • The mountain guide reserves the right to modify the program depending on weather conditions, group factor or any other cause that in his opinion may be decisive.
  • Lightweight backpack
  • Harness
  • Helmet
  • Headlight (batteries)


  • Climbing shoes
  • Chalk bag
  • Climbing landyard
  • Two screw-lock carabiners
  • Belay device


  • Adequate pants for climbing
  • Confortable t-shirt + spare
  • Polartec
  • Primaloft
  • Gore-Tex Jacket


  • Appropriate gloves for rock climbing and rope manoeuvres
  • Thin socks + spare
  • Hat
  • Buff


  • Sunglasses
  • Sun cream 50+
  • Lip balm 50+
  • Light cap


  • Snacks (cereal bars, nuts, sandwich,…)
  • 5l of water


  • Silk sleeping sheet (optional)


  • ID/Passport/Driving License
  • Mountaineering Federation License at date valid for the Dolomites
  • Cash
  • Mobile phone
  • Chargers

For the outdoor activity that you plan to be successful it is very important that it accommodates to your level, both physical and technical. Here we present some guidelines so that you can get an idea of what your level is according to the programs we propose. However, we recommend reaching to us so we can help you personally and adapt the program to your conditions.


Alpinism & Climbing


    TECHNICAL level

  • 1 = No or very little experience in mountaineering. Has big expertise in trekking. Able to walk on varied terrain (snow or rock) with some simple easy climbs. Graduation ascents "F".
  • 2 = Reduced experience on big mountains and mountaineering. Has accomplished some climbs with the use of ice axe and crampons on steep terrain. Has travelled across alpine glaciers. Has slight notion of climbing and progression on ridgelines. Graduation ascents "PD".
  • 3 = Frequently on big mountains and mountaineering. Accomplishes periodic ascents with the use of ice axes and crampons on steep terrains. Manages the rope for belaying. Travels across alpine glaciers and snowy or icy slopes. Has some knowledge on rock climbing up to IV or Vº and progression on ridgelines. Graduation ascents "AD".
  • 4 = Solid experience on big mountains and mountaineering. Has already performed alpine ascents and classic rock climbs of multiple pitches up to Vº or 6a. Is able to place gear to protect oneself. Masters rope work, belaying and rapelling. Has knowledge of snow and ice climbing techniques. Is familiar with the use of crampons and ice axes on icy or snowy slopes of more than 60º. Graduation ascents "D".
  • 5 = Extensive background on big mountains and mountaineering. Has performed alpine mixed routes as well as classic multi-pitch rock climbs up to 6a or 6b. Is familiar placing and removing trad gear such as friends, stoppers, ice screws. Masters rope work, building belay and rappel anchors. Knows how to perform a bivouac shelter. Experience in high altitude (4000m or over). Accustomed to use crampons and ice axes on icy or snowy slopes of more than 80º. Graduation ascents "MD".

  • 1 = Completes easy hikes in the mountains of 3 or 4 hours long and 600 meters elevation gain carrying a light backpack of about 5 kg.
  • 2 = Able to carry out itineraries from 4 to 6 hours long and 800 meters of elevation gain carrying a backpack of about 7 kg.
  • 3 = Able to accomplish itineraries from 6 to 8 hours and 1000 meters elevation gain carrying a backpack of about 8 kg.
  • 4 = Able to complete routes for 10 hours and up to 1200 meters elevation gain with a backpack of about 8 kg.
  • 5 = Able to carry out long and hard routes of more than 12 hours and 1500 meters elevation gain carrying a heavy backpack of 10 kg or more.

Next Dates :

From June to mid September


The region of the Dolomites, in the Eastern Alps, covers a vast area of about 80km between Austria and Italy. It is very different from the rest of the Alps; it is distinguishable because of its numerous, vertical and isolated massifs that stand above the wide valleys covered with forests and meadows. These massifs are formed by a rock very similar to the limestone called "dolomite" (its name is due to the French geologist who studied it: Déodat de Dolomieu). The varied and irregular shapes that are created are due to erosion and make these massifs fascinating for every climber regardless their place of origin.

The climbing routes that can be accomplished are countless, as well as their variety of difficulty and style. The routes in this program are classic routes of great attractiveness, beauty, enjoyment and satisfaction. What really makes this scenario so special is the combination of extraordinary climbing, dreamlike landscapes, endless knowledge of the environment in the area, mountain huts with the best services, trails that take us without effort to the foot of the climbing walls, summarizing, a real paradise.




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