Welcome to South Tyrol, a climber’s paradise...
Go climbing in the Dolomites, a UNESCO world heritage site!
The area around Enneberg / St. Vigil offers some hidden gems as alternatives to the better known and overcrowded Dolomite routes. But even for those who prefer classic rock faces for climbing, the area around St. Vigil has much to offer.
Two climbing gardens
with various difficulty grades
Just before you reach the Pederü mountain hut, in the Fanes-Sennes-Prags nature park, you will find two climbing gardens. These are located just a couple of hundred metres away from the road, and are easy to access via floor level access routes. Climbers can choose from a number of different routes, with one or two rope lengths, and ranging in difficulty from grade III to grade VI+.
For professional climbers
more routes are available
For professional climbers, more routes are available on the south wall of Col Bechei. These are extremely challenging Alpine routes which are suitable only for professional climbers. Do not attempt these routes without a mountain guide!
Unique climbing tour
on flawlessly smooth Dolomite rock faces
The Neuner rock faces on the Neunerkofel (3000m) are regarded as the most unique climbing routes in the Dolomites. Several hundred metres long, these routes take climbers up flawlessly smooth Dolomite rock faces. This is pure friction climbing! Difficulty grades range from IV to VII. Some of the best-known routes include the Direttissima Messner and the Heidi routes.