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Climbing is the ideal sport to escape from everyday stress and rediscover balance and harmony with yourself and nature.

The 4-star Hotel Santer is the ideal starting point for climbing tours of varying degrees of difficulty in the land of the Three Peaks Dolomites. Hochpustertal valley is ideal for sport climbing, to scale the highest peaks of the Dolomites, in the footsteps of many historic first ascents. Experience the feeling of freedom and weightlessness on the many peaks with extraordinary panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. For training, a wide variety of climbing walls are available around Toblach and throughout Hochpustertal. With difficulty levels from 3a to 8c, there is something for everyone.

The land of the Drei Zinnen Dolomites also awaits you with spectacular and varied via ferratas. Some of them are among the most beautiful via ferratas in South Tyrol and the entire Alpine region. Many via ferrate still bear witness to the mountain warfare of the First World War in the Dolomites and provide an insight into barracks, war remains and tunnels. Enjoy this mountain experience!

Toblach's mountain guides will be happy to accompany you on your excursions, whether climbing or via ferrata, and will always be at your side with lots of advice. They will also explain the surrounding mountain landscape and give you interesting information about the history of climbing in Hochpustertal.

Toblach climbing hall

The Nordic Arena, just a few metres from our Romantik Hotel, offers an excellent climbing hall.
The climbing walls are 23 metres high.
Difficulty level: 4 B to 9 A
Bouldering hall
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Summer in Toblach: Climbing
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Climbing that excites us
Fanes Valley – Ferrata Giovanni Barbara
Fabulous hiking trail into the Fanes Valley over a bridge at a lofty altitude. Short fixed rope route behind a waterfall and into the river bed. Circular fixed rope route past ...
Sentiero Bonacossa
Beginners’ fixed rope route in the Cadini group of mountains. Journey up the mountain by chairlift from “Lago Misurina/Misurinasee” lake, from there along a rocky ledge to the ...
Monte Paterno / Paternkofel – on the trace of Sepp Innerkofler
As with many climbing trails in the Dolomite region, this is a path from World War I. It’s special due to the fact that there is a 600 metre long tunnel (approx) through the rock. ...
Tofana di Roces – Via Ferrata Giovanni Lipella
Very long war-time climb with many walking sections. Two ladders lead to the 500 metre-long, absolutely dark “Castelletto tunnel” (headlamp). Descent: As per the ascent as far as ...
Torre di Toblin / Toblinger Knoten
Just behind the Drei Zinnen hut, take the path leading upwards in the direction of the summit. After a few minutes, you will find a road sign. Follow it to the summit according to ...
Via ferrata - Alpinisteig Via Ferrata
"The Alpinisteig is a well-maintained mountain climbing trail dating from the First World War which shows just how well constructed these former military trails were. The section ...
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