Fixed-aid climbs in the Dolomites

Alta Badia – a paradise for alpine climbing

Safe climbing with experienced mountain guides or, well prepared and equipped, alone – the much-loved climbing routes and Alpine climbing tours around Alta Badia are guaranteed to provide truly unforgettable moments for all mountain lovers.
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Simple, medium and difficult

Fixed Aid Climbs

Fixed-aid climb Tomaselli
The climb leads steeply up the beautiful south-western wall of the southern Fanes Peak, the first tower of the Fanes Mountain range. Even through this route is not very long, it is still considered to be one of the most difficult and most beautiful fixed-aid climbs in the Dolomites.

Pisciadù fixed-aid climb
The Pisciadu fixed-aid climb is one of the most popular fixed-aid climbs.

Tru Dolomieu
Easy fixed-aid climb! From the point of departure the route is first steep, then flat to Tageda Pass at 2157 metres (approx. 2 hours). From here you can take the route to the left (western direction) leading through Vallon di Lavares upwards in the direction of the Cunturines Peaks and Lavarella. Upwards along gravel areas, the route leads past the small Cunturines Lake and to Piz delle Due Forcelle Peak (2929 m).

Piz da Lec
Fixed-aid climb of medium difficulty to Piz da Lec peak in the Sella Mountain Group