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Best of Dolomiten

Die besten Klettereien in den Dolomiten

by Ivo Rabanser

1st Edition, 2018

published by Panico Alpinverlag

From the Sesto Dolomites via the Marmolada and Sella to the Brenta.

The best climbing area in the Alps? The Dolomites - no question. The fact that we had nothing to do with this was a bad drawback in the Panico portfolio. Now, Ivo Rabanser, mountain guide from Grödner and climbing guide author, has closed this gap for us and presents the finest in the Best of Dolomites.

185 routes are described in detail and presented with super-exact topos, each route is drawn in a meaningful way. The focus is on the classic, popular climbs, which have emerged over decades as the best climbing in the Dolomites. The difficulties involved are distributed in equal parts on the difficulty levels 4 to 7, a handful of threes and eights close the spectrum down and up.

Anyone who has hitherto avoided the Dolomites with a heavy heart because of the often demanding protection, the new guide offers an absolutely reliable planning basis, and in the routes themselves the best possible information. And we at Panico are pleased that we were able to close the gap in the publishing program with a real gem.

Areas

  • Rosengarten
  • Marmolada-Vallaccia
  • Langkofel-Sella
  • Geisler-Pùez
  • Fanes-Tofana
  • Ampezzaner Dolomiten
  • Pala
  • Civetta-Moiazza-Bosconero
  • Brenta

General Infos

More Info
official website

Climbing Infos

Number of Areas
9
Number of Routes
185
Climbing Type
Alpine, Trad
Difficulty
medium (6-7 UIAA)
Grade System
UIAA
Topo
Photo, Drawing
Protection
Mixed, Trad
Route Length
long (more than 8 pitches)
Best months
May, June, July, August, September
Route Selection
yes

Book Infos

Language
German
Size
about DIN A5
Type
Softcover
Pages
504
Weight
800 g
Extract
open PDF

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