Lake Garda: land of climbers

Climbing with a view

Try to go beyond your limits, study the wall to find the best way to reach the top, touch the rock with your hands and feel it under your feet. More than a sport, climbing is a lifestyle on Lake Garda. Its cliffs overlooking the water and the boulder gyms are known internationally, so much so that every year in Arco Rock Master is held, the festival that highlights the best climbers in the world competing against each other. Tip: consult a local guide to check the state of the climbing routes.

The path nearby
Rocca di Manerba

Its northern exposure makes this cliff perfect for the summer months. Characterized by a grey sandstone rock, it has a difficulty level of 5c / VII. It is not too busy, and ensures excitement and incredible views.

An isolated and beautiful wall
Toscolano Maderno

The capital of climbing in the Brescia area, this fantastic rock formation discovered in 2012. With more and more routes opening, it welcomes climbers of different levels. The perfect wall on hot summer days.

Walls, and more walls
Valle del Sarca

The area that extends from Arco to Sarche, in the province of Trento, hosts many mountaineering and sports routes, ready to be conquered. The mild climate allows you to climb almost all year round.

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