Climbs 12
Rocktype Limestone
Altitude 2799m a.s.l
Faces SE

Crag features

The Vallon corrie is a dramatic steep-sided amphitheatre on the east side of the Sella range, situated above Corvara. The sunny walls encircling Rifugio Kostner are most famous for the

Piz da Lech via ferrata which has recently been re-equipped and offers a superb day out. The surrounding walls also host a number of excellent trad climbs, most notably three classic chimney offerings from Ettore Castiglioni and Bruno Detassis. The routes are all relatively short and easily accessible from Corvara using the Boè/Vallon lift system. When combined with an easy and straightforward descent this makes it ideal for half days.

Approach notes

Vallon is approached using the Boè gondola and Vallon chairlift from the town of Corvara, located at the east end of the Val Gardena.

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Guidebooks

The Dolomites : Rock Climbs and Via Ferrata

A big book to the magnificent Dolomites in northern Italy. This guide covers everything you need for a climbing trip regardless of ability, whether it be sport, trad, via ferrata or a combination of all three. It features all the major areas and is the only guidebook available to have such comprehensive coverage.
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Climbs at this crag

Climb name Grade
  Sasso delle Nove/Sasso delle Dieci
2 Southeast Face IV+ **  
3 Fairplay X- **  
4 Via Goedeke IV+ **  
5 East Face IV+ *** 6
Climb name Grade
6 Via Martin-Rumpelt IV- ** 1
  Piz da Lech
8 South-East Face Direct V+ **  
9 Via Dorigatti V *** 17
10 Castiglioni/Detassis (Piz da Lech/Boeseekofel) HS 4b 12
Climb name Grade
11 Piz da Lech (VF) VF3B *** 179
12 Mani Della Guida 6a * 1
13 [Unknown - left of left black streak] 6a ** 1

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