Indoor climbing in South Tyrol
The indoor climbing centres in South Tyrol are the perfect option to stay fit on rainy days as well as during winter months.
Almost all of South Tyrol's holiday regions offer indoor climbing walls, where everyone can excercise during the cold season. These are the most important indoor climbing centres in South Tyrol:
- Bozen: The climbing indoor gym in Bozen is about 161 square meters large and the walls are 8 m high. The hall is located near the stadium Druso. Further information: +39 0471 283 391.
In 2011 there was opened a second one called "Salewa Cube" that is considered as Italy's largest indoor climbing area. Further information: +39 0471 188 6867.
- Bruneck: In Bruneck, you are offered a new climbing centre. The wall is 17 m high and air-conditioned in summer. It disposes of a 2,500 m² climbing space – indoor and outdoor – and of approx. 270 climbing routes in total. Further information: +39 0474 055005
- Eppan: Alongside Bozen, another indoor climbing gym is at Eppan. There are 30 routes defined distributed over an area of 200 sq metres. The gym is located near the hockey stadium. Further information: +39 0471 663 957
- Sexten: Sexten is one of the highest indoor climbing walls in Italy. It is 16.5 meters high and provides a 400 m² boulder area. Further information: +39 0474 710 096
- Meran: The indoor climbing gym in Meran is called Rockarena. There are more than 730 sq climbing area and a 370 sq boulder area. The wall is located in Galileo Galilei near the stadium hockey. Further information: +39 0473 234 619
- St. Leonhard in Passeier
In St. Leonhard in Passeieris there is a climbing area of 400 m² and 16 m height. Climbing routes are long at most 19 meters. For fans, available, a boulder area of 130 m². More information:+39 0473 656226
- St. Martin in Passeier
A climbing surface of 270 m² and 9.4 m in height is also avaible in St. Martin in Passeier, near Post office. More information: +39 340 339 5704