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    Sport climbing


    Rock faces to enjoy, in various points of the Agordino area!

    A lively account of the history of sport climbing in our area can be found in the guide to the Rock Faces in the Agordino area, the source of this brief list of perhaps the best known and most easily reachable facilities.
    This guide is a must for both expert climbers and those seeking to approach the discipline, and it is highly recommended for detailed information on the whole area, including the exact locations and difficulty levels, skilfully described by the members of the association La Rivolta Climb A. S. D. for fans of climbing, mountaineering and activities closely related with the mountains. The association is made up of climbing enthusiasts, most of them local.
    To find out more, you can contact Dolomiti Guides.

    Below is a list of a number of rock faces in the area, offering adrenalin-packed experiences for both beginners and more expert climbers!

    Rock faces in the Canale d’Agordo area


    The boulder area is 5 minutes/15 minutes from the parking area of the Capanna Cima Comelle Refuge. It offers brief routes of varying difficulty on blocks scattered across the valley bottom.
    The sectors near the waterfall can be reached in about half an hour’s walk uphill from the parking area. Here you’ll find medium-difficult routes. The highest of the rock faces requires an approach of about an hour, and presents difficult levels for the climber.

    Rock faces in the Cencenighe area


    An ancient landslide surrounded by woodland, with blocks of all levels, most of them medium/difficult.

    Rock faces in the Alleghe area


    With easy to medium levels. The lowest of the rocks is 5 minutes from the parking area, and the second one is another five minutes further on on foot, with medium/difficult pitches.


    With medium to difficult levels, this wall can be reached in a few minutes uphill from the main road.


    Rock faces in the Rocca Pietore area


    This limestone rock face is known worldwide, and offers numerous itineraries, most of them difficult, across the 4 boulders, on one of which there is also a brief via ferrata to enjoy. This area is about 10 minutes from the road, where you can park.

    Rock faces in the Livinallongo di Col di Lana area


    The Andraz rock face is about 5 minutes from the magnificent mediaeval castle of the same name, in an area with large boulders of dolomite rock, on many of which you can find pitches of easy, medium and difficult levels.

    Rock faces in the Taibon Agordino area


    This medium-difficult rock face is composed of three sectors, 5 minutes from the entrance to the tunnel that runs between Cencenighe and Listolade, on the Cencenighe side.


    After a short path with a number of iron brackets, for which the appropriate equipment is recommended, the cliff opens up, with medium/difficult levels


    Just a few minutes from the parking area is the Forte boulder, with brief but fun pitches ranging in difficulty from easy to medium. The new Nottole sector is in preparation, and is a system of boulders located 10 minutes from the Forte area, with medium difficulty levels.

    Rock faces in the La Valle Agordina area

    La Pèra

    Presenting medium-difficult levels, this large boulder, formed from an ancient landslide, has a vertical wall with a height of about 25 metres, which you can reach in about 15 minutes from the road that runs towards the Duran Pass.

    Caleda – Passo Duran

    This dolomite rock face is divided into two rather vertical or even sheer climbing sectors, with medium and difficult levels, requiring an approach of about 20 minutes.


    Rock faces in the Voltago Agordino area

    Laghetti – Frassenè

    This recently re-equipped boulder offers numerous easy routes suitable for children and beginners. About a minute from the parking area.

    Rock faces in the Agordo area


    This area is composed of a main boulder and a number of smaller ones lower down. Both areas can be reached with an easy, ten-minute walk. With medium levels in the lower part and greater difficulty on the main boulder.

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