Dear visitor, our site uses technical cookies and first and third party analytical cookies.
By continuing to browse, you accept the cookie settings set by our site. You can read the extended privacy policy and following the instructions you can also change the choices made later by clicking here.
Find your way

Climbing in the Isarco Valley

Experiencing the Valley of Trails from a vertical perspective

The Isarco Valley offers many opportunities for experienced climbers who are looking for a thrill – and variety from a vertical perspective. The gamut runs from steep climbing walls amidst some of the world’s most spectacular rocks, the UNESCO World Heritage Dolomites, to the wild mountain landscapes of the Wipptal and Ridanna Valleys. Whether on the valley’s via ferrata routes, at its climbing parks or on a guided mountain-climbing tour, anyone who loves this sport will find a favorite route in the Isarco Valley.

In Brixen, indoor climbers will find climbing gyms such as Vertikale Climbing Center, where sport climbers will find a selection of 150 different routes of all levels and a bouldering room with over 170 boulders. In the center of the hall there is a tower, which is encased in glass surfaces and thus offers climbers a view of the mountains and of Brixen’s historical center. Outdoor climbing enthusiasts will also enjoy the sizable open-air section at Vertikale Climbing Center.

Small and large adventurers alike should visit SKYTREK High-Ropes and Adventure Park in Vipiteno, near the valley station of Rosskopf. Two introductory courses, a children's route, a zip line and five courses of varying levels of difficulty provide adventures and an adrenalin thrill in the treetops to high-ropes climbers.
South Tyrol Information, Südtiroler Straße/Via Alto Adige 60, I-39100 Bolzano/Bozen
phone: +39 0471 999 999 - info@suedtirol.info