Dolomitenhütte

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number of routes
129
sea level starting point
🔹
1600 m
exposition
N
walking time access min.
5 min
walking time access max.
max.
20 min
recommended for families
🍺
no
state: open
Gestein:
lime
access:
5 -20 Min.
number of routes at the fifth difficulty level:
2
number of routes at the sixth difficulty level:
6
number of routes at the seventh difficulty level:
36
number of routes at the eighth difficulty level:
33
number of routes at the ninth difficulty level:
26

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Car park Dolomiten Hütte

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Description

The “Unholden”, as the Lienz Dolomites used to be called because of their bizarre, wild rock formations, have always been a paradise for climbers. The "Another Play in Paradise" route in the "Dolomitenhütte" climbing garden has been awarded one of the five "Great Lines" by thousands of sports climbers throughout Tyrol.

Difficulty: VI-IX+ (several routes, which start from difficulty 6c)

Sealevel: 1.600 m

Orientation: S / W / N

Rock: Limestone

Sektoren/Routen: 6 / 116

Steepness: mostly vertical to slightly overhanging

Climbing: edges, good technique demandet, athletic

Belaying: well - bolts

Wall height: 10 – 60 m

In case of rain is climbing in parts possible

Rock is drying quite rapidly

Way there: 5 – 20 min.

Hint: climbing ban from november - february

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