We're planning to do Cima Grande/Comici as the main goal of the trip, so I've booked the Lavaredo hut for this. But for the rest of the days, and for some warm-up before Comici, is it normally ok to stay in campsites, or are the approaches only sensibly short if we stay in huts? I thought I could just show up at the hut and stay, but having just got off the phone with Lavaredo and Auronzo huts, they seem fully booked on some days even as far ahead as end of July.
Before Comici, for example, I thought it would be sensible to familiarise ourselves with the type of rock by climbing some of the sport (bolted) routes in the Dolomites. Where do people normally stay for these?
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