Dolomites, Italy


Welcome to a holiday region with natural beauty and diversity. The Dolomites offer stunning views of the mountains and valley. This place attracts visitors with its beauty and sporting activities.

The Dolomites are a mountain range or the Dolomite Alps in north-eastern Italy. The highest peak is the Marmolada, at 3,343 meters above sea level. The area is almost 16,000 m2. The Dolomites were also declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2009. The mountain range is in the Veneto, Trentiono-AltoAidigie-Sudtirol, and Friuli-Venezia Giulia regions. It covers the area between the provinces of Belluno, Vicenza, Verona, Trentino, South Tyrol, Udine, and Pordenone.

The Dolomites are on the list of must-visits in the world. You can visit the Dolomites at any time of the year. Most people visit in summer or winter. Families can enjoy the Dolomites all year round, where we can do endless sporting activities. It is wonderful for families with children to spend their holidays there.

Climbing in Dolomites

Climbing in the Dolomites is varied and offers different styles, and there are many routes for everyone to try in a mountain atmosphere. The Dolomite limestone is special; it mostly climbs on large and small pockets with very good friction. The Dolomites are also a great destination for families with small children. You can go on easy hikes to the higher peaks reachable with cable cars and valleys, enjoy the beautiful parks, rent a bike, or visit the world-class children's playgrounds.

Beautiful landscapes and endless rocks for climbing and peaks for hiking make for the best summer holiday of a lifetime. What more could you want?

Ready to explore and climb in the Dolomites?


When best period for rock climbing?

The Dolomites offer a diverse range of crags and climbing styles. You'll mostly enjoy pockety routes on solid  Dolomite-limestone. Visiting and rock climbing at higher altitudes is best done in summer, in July and August, when temperatures are at their highest. The mountains are refreshing, and some crags are at altitudes above 2500 meters. You should always check the weather forecast for climbing at higher altitudes. Temperatures range between 10 and 20 degrees.

Some southern crags and high-altitude lovers can be visited in autumn and spring, making the Dolomites a great destination at any time of the year.

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Summer, July and August

You can join us for only one day or up to 10 days.


5 climbers (2 minimum)

For who?

They are climbing for young adults with confidence, leading from 6a, for everyone who wants to climb a lot and push themselves to a higher level. Get more confidence and improve their climbing for those who want to have fun and learn something new from the best coaches.

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For more info, don't hesitate to get in touch with us.

Included in the price:

World-class climbing coaching and instruction, safety equipment, ropes and quickdraws, and lots of fun. When you book a full week, one day of professional photo shooting (worth 130€) is also included in the price.


All prices are for one-person individual training.

1-day - 200€

3-days - 500€

5-days - 800€

7-days - 950€

Not in the price:

Your transport to Belluno, food, accommodation, and your insurance. For accommodation, we can help arrange to find you a good and cozy place to stay.

What do you need to bring?

Harness, climbing and approach shoes, warm and light clothes, helmet, chalk bag and chalk ☺, belay device, sun crème, headlamp, and great mood. It would be best to have your insurance; we recommend doing it before home.


Day 1: Arrive in the Dolomites, settle in, and start enjoying your climbing holidays. Discuss your goals for the coaching week and the future.

Day 2: Having an easy start with lots of easy routes for warming up the body and getting used to the rock.

Day 3: Climbing vertical routes. Concentrating more on on-sight climbing technique and mental training—discuss how to approach on-sight, visualization, preparation, analysis, learning where to clip, resting exercise, commitment, and reading the route.

Day 4: Climbing hard routesYou will learn how to climb more challenging routes with the redpoint approach step by step. You will know how to do visualization for the redpoint, which is part of mental coaching. The red point is not only climbing but also falling coachingIt is part of the game and learning process for gaining better performance in the working route, even when we are pumped to get that 100% out of our bodies.

Day 5: Rest day is part of training, so we might take one as well. It is not necessary to have a complete rest day; we might still do some running and yoga in the morning and swimming or easy climbing in the afternoon. It also depends on the group and their needs and wishes. One of the rest day activities is climbing without hands or using fewer hands, such as toprope. These skills are excellent for learning efficiency, improving climbing techniques for more challenging routes, and having fun.

Day 6: Climbing days for on-sight attempt with repetition if necessary. You will try to put the mental knowledge into the climbing and try hard.

Day 7: We will return to your redpoint project to test your head and power. You are learning how to mentally prepare for sending the projects and the proper mindset for this day. Not only is sending a reward, but the process should be the goal that motivates us.

Day 8: The final day or more relaxed day for you will be climbing without pressure from us. You choose whatever you wish that day to climb. You must enjoy and try to climb as much as your head and muscles let you. We can repeat your projects, foot and hand technique, mental coaching, falling practice, or hang out in climbing crags and have fun with no stress.