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Monte Bondone’s rock-climbing area

Monte Bondone’s historic rock-climbing area offers routes of varying difficulty

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There is a small natural amphitheatre in the woods around Vason. One side of the semicircle is bordered by a rock face on which there are various climbing routes of differing difficulties. This is Monte Bondone’s historic rock-climbing area, dedicated to the brothers Giorgio and Rita Gaffer.

Located at 1,580 metres above sea level and sheltered from the sun, this Mount Bondone rock-climbing area allows you to stay cool as you climb even during the hottest hours of summer.

There is also a rope bridge and two Tyrolean zip wires from an isolated rock which allow you to experience the excitement of the void from a height of 20 metres above the ground.