The Dolomites have already been a destination for travelers for centuries. Knowledge-thirsty geologists were fascinated by the special rock of the Dolomites, adventurous mountaineers saw the rock towers and walls as challenges. Due to the countless number of alpine climbs on its impressive walls, the Dolomites have been known among climbers for a long time. The true news is the many possibilities for sport climbing present in those valleys and mountains. Scattered here and there are the crags at the bottom of the majestic walls, which are several hundred meters high. Many of the crags are true masterpieces, not lacking anything in comparison to the crags around Lake Garda.
We present over 50 crags, which are divided into 6 areas: Val Badia, Val Gardena,Val di Fassa, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Val di Landro and Val Pusteria to Lienz. Each of these areas is unique and has a lot to offer in its own specialway. It is almost superfluous to say that these crags are embedded in breathtaking surroundings and connected by one common theme, the Dolomites.The crags of the Dolomites can mainly be recommended for summer, but many are also suitable for the intermediate seasons.