The multi pitch routes

Brenta Dolomites: Excellent rock and hundreds of multi-pitch routes of every difficulty.

Despite its long approaches, the Brenta Dolomites group offers an incredible variety of long routes with an excellent rock, even on the easiest grades. Only a few walls can be reached within a day; for the most part of them you will have to stay overnight in the welcoming and characteristic refuges. They are lonely places, full of mountaineering history. The approach, the route and the long descent will give us a unique experience. In summer, it is an excellent alternative to escape from the heat of the valley floor. 

With The Outside Planet guides you will find together the right approach to this wild world!

Technical Informations

NB: We have collected for you some of the symbolic multi-pitch routes of the Brenta. For any other proposal contact us and we will give you every detail.

Routes - Proposal


Height difference

Grade (UIAA)

Price (max 2 persons/guide)

Corna Rossa Via Detassis 1 day 250 m V
  • 1 participant: 350 euro
  • 2 participants: 400 euro
Castelletto Inferiore via Kiene 1 day 300 m V
  • 1 participant: 350 euro
  • 2 participants: 400 euro
Cima d’Ambiez via Vienna 1 day 350 m V
  • 1 participant: 350 euro
  • 2 participants: 400 euro
Cima d’Ambiez via della Soddisfazione 1 day 350 m VI+
  • 1 participant: 400 euro
  • 2 participants: 500 euro
Campanil Basso via Normale 2 days 350 m IV+
  • 1 participant: 500 euro
  • 2 participants: 600 euro
Campanil Basso via Fehrmann 2 days 500 m V
  • 1 participant: 500 euro
  • 2 participants: 600 euro
Crozzon di Brenta Via delle Guide 2 days 800 m V+
  • 1 participant: 800 euro
  • 2 participants: 1000 euro


  • We absolutely recommend an overnight stay in a refuge, both for the quality of the welcome and for fully enjoying the climbing experience
  • If you are not used to climbing in these areas, start with some routes below your limit; the degrees of difficulty can be a bit tight.

Meeting Point

The exact meeting point will be communicated based on the chosen itinerary. Below you will find all the meeting points for the Brenta group.

What to bring

  • Helmet
  • Harness
  • Climbing shoes
  • Descender
  • Crampons (just for some routes)
  • Water
  • Snacks
  • High mountain clothing (see the "tips on how to dress" section)
  • Spare clothes if you stay in the refuge for several days
  • Small first aid kit
  • Trekking poles are useful
  • Trekking boots suitable for use with crampons (see the section "advice on footwear)
  • Sleeping bag for possible overnight stay in the refuge

The Price Includes

  • UIAGM / IFMGA The Outside Planet Alpine Guide
  • The guides speak Italian, English and German
  • Any technical material

The Price does not include

  • Any cableways and shuttle buses
  • Overnight in the refuge
  • Anything not specified in the item "The Price Includes"

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