Discover the thrill of climbing on the famous Cinque Torri, Cortina’s most famous and historically most important climbing location, with enchanting views over the whole Ampezzo valley.
A crag for climbers of intermediate-advanced level, with a climbing style generally based on endurance, set in a magical forest of fir trees to the north of Croda da Lago in a superb panoramic position with views over Cortina and the surrounding mountains.
A long strip of crags with over 80 routes with grades from intermediate to difficult, on the road running from Cortina to the Giau Pass, with pitches of varying length, reaching 40 metres.
This crag, particularly suitable for beginners, was one of the first to be used in Cortina, and it is one of the crags with the largest number of routes.
The Volpèra and Campo area offers a variety of climbing opportunities, with a series of overhanging rocks scattered in the dense woodland, suitable for expert climbers.
A crag for intermediate-advanced climbers with pitches of up to 40 metre length, with a fine view of mount Cristallo which makes the climb even more rewarding.
Sasso di Colfiére is a boulder with heights ranging from 8 to 15 metres, and it requires a style of climbing that strengthens fingers and forearms. It is one of the principal climbing walls in Cortina, very easy to reach from the town and very popular with local climbers.
One of the crags with the most spectacular and characteristic views of Cortina: at a height of 2,100 metres, this wall looks onto the beautiful Lake Federa, reflecting the peak Becco di Mezzodì.
Two crags on the Falzarego Pass, at a height of between 2,000 and 2,300 metres, particularly suitable for beginners and children, with routes graded from 4a to 7b.
The Great War Tour is an history-filled experience that takes you through the defences, trenches and tunnels made by Italian and Austrian troops during the First World War.
The 16th stage of the race will be the most difficult of the Giro: a gigantic stage through the Dolomites, with 212 km and an elevation gain of 5,700m.
A 44.2 km trail running itinerary in the heart of the Dolomites, along some of the most iconic and spectacular areas of the Ampezzo Valley: majestic mountains, alpine lakes and welcoming and cozy mountain huts.
An enchanting route that takes you from Cortina to the imposing Tre Cime di Lavaredo peaks via the lakes of Misurina and d’Antorno and countless viewpoints.