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Mountain Guides Catores - South Tyrol - Dolomites

Individual guiding - individual ascents

The private tour:
The maximum that we can offer.

In these unique mountains where nature shows itself in so many and diverse ways during the year.
In the summertime the mountains are most accessible and become an area for numerous activities.
You may climb challenging alpine tours with us, hike on impressive via ferratas, learn how to climb or find out interesting things about the Dolomites on a hike in good company.
We set out in autumn too, when the most variegated colours appear.

There is no other place with as many climbing possibilities as in the Dolomites.

We would be glad to be your guide on one of those climbs. An unforgettable day – come with us.

 

 

Alpine Climbing

A challenging, exposed experience


The Dolomites offer endless climbing routes on all walls and to all peaks.
Each route tells a story and you may be part of it.
In the early phase of alpine climbing, pioneers looked for the easiest route to the most important peaks (Sassolungo, Cima Grande di Lavaredo, Marmolada, …),
until when people in search of new challenges passed over to the steepest and most difficult walls.

Today there is the right route for everyone and we will be glad to guide you on the climb of your dreams.

 

Climbing tours Dolomites - proposals

Sassolungo – normal route III+ 450 Euro
Pitla Fermeda III 320 Euro
Gran Fermeda – normal route III 400 Euro
Spigolo Pollice with Cinque Dita peak IV 400 Euro
Sas Ciampac – Adang V 430 Euro
2. Sella Tower – Messner Route VI- 450 Euro
Piz Ciavazes – Via Micheluzzi VI 500 Euro

(+ 30-40% with 2 participants)
Climbing alpine routes is a very individual experience.
This is why we guide no more than 2 people, in order to grant security and maximum climbing enjoyment.

 

 

SASLONCH SPECIAL

The Sassolungo
Still a characterising experience 150 years after its first ascent in 1869

Val Gardena’s local mountain is counted as one of the real greats in the Dolomites and is considered its most difficult three thousand meter-high mountain.
What makes the normal route so difficult is mostly path-finding and securing.
But this will be taken care of by the alpine guide for you, so that you can focus on the relaxed climbing and on the astonishment in front of an impressive rocky landscape.
Follow the paths of Paul Grohmann, who stood on the peak for the first time in 1869 thanks to his unrestrained spirit of adventure.