- Sport levelIntermediate
- Spoken languagesItalian, German, English
- Durationfull day
- Opening seasons:
The proximity of the Lienz region to the Dolomites allows you to have an ice climbing day trip on the other side of the border!
In the Dolomite mountains in Italy, very close to the frontier with Austria, you'll find amazing large frozen walls where you'll be able to put your ice climbing skills to the test. Most of these walls lead up to beautiful plateaus with enchanting views that will make the effort worth it.
This is a huge region for ice climbing, yet Isidor focuses on Southern Tyrol, specifically in the Ahrntal area. There, you'll experience some of the best ice climbing spots in the region. Isidor will choose the best depending on the weather conditions and your skill!
Ice climbing is quite similar to rock climbing; you'll use a harness, a cord, and helmet as safety equipment. Also, since as you've learned before, you'll use an ice ax, or piolet, and weatherproof boots with crampons to make your way up.
→ You are automatically refunded for the full activity price
2) Cancellation between 4 and 10 days prior to the agreed activity starting date
→ You are entitled to a 50% refund
3) 4 days or later, prior to the agreed activity starting date, is considered last-minute cancellations
→ No refund will be made
Due to the proximity to the main ridge of the Alps (Reintal) and at the same time to the Dolomites, this region offers a lot of flexibility in terms of the weather or climbing conditions. Thus, the team can react to weather changes relatively quickly and choose the appropriate ice climbing spot.Activity requirements
All participants must have already done a beginner's course.Special terms
This is the suggested equipment you should bring:
Long underwear (below and above), synthetic, merino or wool.
Warm pants (lined or fleece)
A warm fleece or a long-sleeved shirt (not cotton)
Lined jacket or vest, preferably down jacket
Waterproof Jacket with Hood (Gore-Tex or Nylon)
Waterproof pants (Gore-Tex or Nylon)
Socks (merino or ski socks)
Wool hood or lined hood that protects the ears and fits under the helmet
Waterproof climbing gloves (2 pairs)
Fixed mountain boots (if necessary also ski boots possible)
Buff (throat protection)
At least 25 liters-backpack (space for clothing, snack, drink, climbing material)
Sunscreen (glasses and cream)
Thermos or water bottle (already full !!!)
- Group equipment (ropes, ice screws, etc.)
- Climbing harness, helmet, ice tools and crampons
- Transportation to climbing spot
- See list below