Following in the footsteps of mountaineering pioneers are historic routes that will take you to the most incredible peaks in the Dolomites and the Alps, climbing them in classic style, with rope and mountaineering shoes and in some cases, ice axe and crampons. Classic Mountaineering in the Dolomites will know how to give you climbs of great satisfaction.
Classic Mountaineering in the Dolomites is therefore the experience of climbing the mountains, without excessive climbing difficulties, but never underestimating the routes to be taken and always putting safety first. For this reason, our suggestion is to rely on Cortina360 Alpine Guides, the mountain experts, who will know how to assess the most suitable itinerary for you, provide the most suitable equipment and consider the weather and possibly snow conditions, before venturing into this magnificent experience.
Classic Mountaineering in the Dolomites includes activities on rock or glacier, often on big mountains, those mountains here in the Dolomites that have made history and are known worldwide.
Classic Mountaineering in the Dolomites, from the Three Peaks of Lavaredo to Tofana di Rozes, from Pelmo to Sorapiss, are just some of the magnificent peaks you can reach with the invaluable help of our Mountain Guides.
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A long climb, on one of the most famous classic routes in the entire Dolomites, to reach the highest peak of the iconic Three Peaks of Lavaredo. The Great Peak of Lavaredo is not only accessible to experienced mountaineers, presenting no great difficulty it can also be tackled by people with little mountaineering experience. Our mountain guides will help you tackle and reach the peak at 2999 mt.
Mezzodì Beak is the most characteristic mountain in the Ampezzo basin; its ascent is easy, suitable for everyone, even children.
The route was opened in 1872 by the Ampezzo guide Siorpaes Santo and Utterson Kelso on the Southwest Face; it was one of the first ascents in the Cortina Valley.
The Marmolada group, also called the Queen of the Dolomites, is the highest mountain in the Dolomite arc (3343 mt). This rock formation has the distinction of boasting a true high mountain environment of perennial glaciers and crevasses.
The peaks exceeding 3000 in the Dolomites are part of the most emblematic mountains in the Alps, we find La Croda Rossa, Sorapis, the Tofane group, Cristallo, Mount Pelmo, and Antelao.
At the client's request, our Mountain Guides will guide you to enjoy wonderful adventures and breathtaking views that only the great peaks of the Dolomites can provide.
Classic outing, quite long but without particular difficulty; usually the first "3000" to be climbed. Satisfaction is guaranteed.
Normal route with a long approach that leads to one of the most important Dolomite peaks directly above the Boite valley. This is a very satisfying peak with a wide panorama of the Dolomites in a secluded setting.
The Croda Rossa d'Ampezzo is undoubtedly one of the most difficult normal routes in the Dolomites because of the length and friability of the rock. The difficulties of the ascent are amply repaid once you get to this wild and inaccessible peak. At present, of the 3 normal routes that climb the summit, the Innerkofler route, which climbs from Pratopiazza, is preferred; it has passages of greater technical difficulty, but relatively better rock than the other two routes on the west side.
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On Saturday, Feb. 25, Simone Moro will be the star of the evening Speaker Series at the Alexander Hall cinema in Cortina d'Ampezzo, at 7 p.m., during which the exploits of the Bergamasque mountaineer from the Himalayas to Manaslu will be retraced, with a profound reflection on how his vision of mountaineering has changed over the years. Don't miss the opportunity to attend this FREE event.