Climbing is the art of going up high… it is a demanding activity, that requires focus, balance, agility, self-control and technical skills.
Climbing also implies deep knowledge and interaction with the mountains, leads to building a strong friendship between rope-team mates and to experiencing intense emotions. The Mountain Guide is the traditional companion to practice this discipline with.
On the Dolomites, as well as on the whole Alpine range, there is plenty of rock climbing and sport climbing routes, differing in length and difficulty level.
This course is aimed at beginners of all ages, who will learn the essential theory and develop the skill set necessary to learn the rock climbing progression techniques, the correct use of climbing equipment and the fundamental safety measures.
This course provides intermediate climbers with the technical training necessary to climb on any type of terrain and with the essential theory and practice needed to progress on multi-pitch routes.
This course provides experienced climbers with the technical, psychological and environmental expertise needed to progress on high-mountain multi-pitch routes in complete safety.
This course provides climbers with the information, knowledge and technical skills needed to competently and safely climb indoor, in the climbing gyms, as well as outdoor, on the cliffs.
You will learn the basic self-rescue theory and techniques that are essential to manage any possible climbing accident and to give first aid to the wounded.
Mario Dibona Moro discovered and established many sport climbing routes, which are among the most renowned and sought-after routes of the Dolomites. Currently, he guides his clients and friends to climb up with him the routes he traced.
At the beginning of the XX century, some famous and heroic mountaineers pioneered new routes that many rock climbers still repeat and appreciate nowadays. The Mountain Guides of Dolomiti SkiRock will lead you to discover these historical paths.
An amazing, III grade climbing route that leads to the summit of Cima Grande di Lavaredo along rock faces and cracks.
A climbing route on perfect rock, eighteen pitches for an overall length of 800 metres. A highly satisfying climbing excursion along the main route to Tofana di Rozes
This six-pitch route opened by Mario Dibona Moro stretches out along cracks, dihedrals and rock slabs. The six pitches of varying lengths are very interesting and suitable for a constant and intensive climb, which is very enjoyable despite being quite short.
This climbing route is one of the most famous mountaineering paths of Passo Falzarego surroundings. It is not very demanding, thus it is suitable for beginners as well, even though some of the middle pitches are vertical and very exposed and weather-beaten
This enjoyable climbing route stretches out on a very good rock terrain, on the sunny side of the peak. It is perfectly equipped with bolts and is accessible from the very beginning to the very end of the season.
An amazing ascent of the majestic and overhanging Pilastro Sud (southern pinnacle) of Tofana di Rozes.
An enjoyable, 700 metre long climbing route. It presents 17 pitches on perfect rock along slabs, dihedrals and cracks.
An enjoyable, classic, 4° level route: a varied path that goes along the "weak points" of the rock face, those that provide handholds to the climbers. The view of the Ampezzo basin is breath-taking.
The climbing route Via dello Spigolo del Pilastro is an amazing route on perfect rock that enables a highly enjoyable ascent
This five-pitch route was opened by Mario Dibona Moro: it is well equipped with bolts and stretches out on a perfect rock terrain that varies in colour and composition. This climb is highly enjoyable and never boring, as it includes dihedrals, rock slabs and overhanging pitches.
This climbing route, pioneered by Mario Dibona Moro, is an eight-pitch long one and can be further extended by connecting it to the four-pitch route Via Ada. The ascent is enjoyable, as the route stretches out on perfect rock, solid slabs with good holds and amazing dihedrals.
This eight-pitch route opened by Mario DIbona Moro stretches out along several slabs, an amazing dihedral and an overhanging crack. This climb is highly enjoyable and leads up to the summit of Castelletto, which is an incredible panoramic viewpoint.
This nine-pitch route was pioneered by Mario Dibona Moro. It is a heterogenous, varied climb that includes physically and technically demanding pitches such as the key one, which stretches out along a vertical slab and ends up over an overhanging roof. It is a brisk and challenging climb on perfect rock.
This seven-pitch route was opened by Mario Dibona Moro during a solo climb. The route is completely equipped with bolts and goes along a crack of varying width that stretches out from the bottom to the summit of the peak. The key pitch of this highly enjoyable climb is the sixth one, that is a difficult overhanging pitch.
This climbing route is part of the history of mountaineering on the Dolomites. It consists of sixteen pitches on perfect rock for an overall length of 400 metres on a smooth, overhanging rock face.
This ten-pitch route was opened by Mario Dibona Moro during a solo climb. It is a demanding ascent on perfect sandstone rocks and requires high focus and training. It is a brisk and challenging climb along dihedrals, slabs and cracks; the crux is a pitch that stretches out along a difficult, overhanging traverse towards right.
This climbing route was opened by Mario DIbona Moro on Torre Marcella, one of the main peaks of the Lastoi de Formin massif. You will have an enjoyable and challenging climbing experience along this route, which stretches out on solid, compact rock with good holds. It is a route of average difficulty and perfectly equipped with bolts, the most difficult pitch is a grade 6c one, along with a few 6a pitches.
This new six-pitch climbing route opened by Mario Dibona Moro on Mount Lagazuoi is well equipped with bolts and anchoring chains at the belay stations. This route is suitable for a constant, nimble ascent on perfect rock. It is characterized by vertical pitches on compact, solid slabs with two peculiar and challenging overhanging pitches.
This seven-pitch route opened by Mario Dibona Moro stretches out on perfect rock and has very safe belay stations, well equipped with bolts. It is a heterogeneous, varied, highly enjoyable climb that goes along slabs, dihedrals and cracks and reaches the summit of the peak, from where the view of the Dolomites is just breathtaking.
This nine-pitch route on Torrione Zesta was opened by Mario Dibona Moro. This ascent on solid rock slabs is technically demanding and requires good agility especially for completing the key pitch, which is the route's last one, where the climber needs to reach out in order to grasp the last hold.
A varied and enjoyable climbing route that stretches out on perfect rock on the first edge of Tofana di Rozes, along dihedrals, cracks and traverses.
This is one of the classic climbing route of the Ampezzo Dolomites. It is a highly enjoyable climb on the vertical rock face of Gran Pilastro Nord-Ovest (Great north-western pinnacle) of Lastoi de Formin, that stretches out mainly along dihedrals and cracks.
This ten-pitch route was opened by Mario Dibona Moro during a solo climb. You will have a challenging but highly enjoyable climbing experience on amazing rock, along slabs, dihedrals and overhanging cliff edges.
An amazing route, one of the classic climbing route of Cortina D'Ampezzo, pioneered by the renowned mountaineer Angelo Dibona. The route has a uniform difficulty level on its whole length.
This route goes along an amazing overhanging edge, it is one of the classic climbing routes of the area, very popular and thus usually crowded.
An enjoyable climbing route along the amazingly vertical and sharp edge of the peak Punta Fiames
This sport climbing route stretches out on very solid and compact rock terrain. It is a highly enjoyable and very gratifying climb, mainly composed by technically demanding pitches on rock slabs.
This eleven-pitch climbing route opened by Mario Dibona Moro stretches out along amazing overhanging rock slabs. The route is technically demanding, suitable for a constant, nimble ascent progression that requires a very good level of training and expertise.
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