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Rock climbing

Discover the many beautiful crags of the Italian regions Campania, Lazio, Molise and Basilicata. You’ll have the chance to learn the fundamentals of rock climbing or to improve your climbing skills with the support of a trained professional.

A Mountain Guide can help you improve in both the technical and the psychophysical levels, while also providing up to date safety information and profound knowledge of the terrain.

Multipicth sport climbing

Multipitch is nowadays defined as the climbing of a wall longer than just one pitch. In the past, at the beginning of mountaineering as a leisure activity, it was simply the climbing of a rock wall. The main difference lays in the fact that today, multipitch sport routes have been equipped with fixed protections in order to increase the climbers’ safety.

In multipich sport climbing two or three people are tied together composing what’s called a rope party. They face the climbing difficulties together, one pitch after the other until they get to the top of the wall. It’s a nice and safe way to come into contact with a more alpinistic dimension, and with the importance of choosing the right people to climb with.

This amazing experience will teach you the importance of being aware of the terrain and its intrinsic difficulties and of the technical skills required to face more difficult mountain activities.

Via ferrata

The best way to discover the vertical world, a sort of connecting point between hiking and climbing, is the via ferrata. This fun activity will offer you awesome views and a taste of climbing without the need to learn complex technical maneuvers. You’ll understand the correct use of individual protection devices and will need to be in a relatively good shape compared to the lenght and commitment of the trail, but don’t forget to take your camera!

The closest via ferrata spots are Volturara Irpina, which offers trails of different levels. Maratea, which also has an amazing  artistic heritage. And Lucane Dolomites, with their breathtaking scenery. More possibilities open up in summer with all the via ferratas of Gran Sasso.