CLIMBING THE LUZZONE DAM
Safely climb the tallest man-made railing in the world!
ca. 2-4 hours
(depending on the skills of the participants)
Level: Difficult (6a +)
165 meters of path
Maximum 2 people
Guided by a climbing instructor with a federal certificate
Complete climbing kit
Climbing the Luzzone Dam is one of the most recent activities and experiences in Ticino. Did you know that climbing the Luzzone Dam means reaching the top of the highest artificial climbing wall in the world? Yes, the Luzzone Dam with its 160 meters high would make you live a world record experience!
Our qualified climbing guide will safely guide you to the top of the dam. For logistical and safety reasons, a maximum number of 2 participants is allowed, who must have previous experience in climbing and be in good physical condition.
ON REQUEST: From March to October available every day on request (subject to availability).
Please book at least 2-3 days in advance.
The activity is available at the Luzzone Dam in Val di Blenio, difficult difficulty
About 2-4 hours (depending on the skills of the participants)
Armando is an expert climbing teacher and a great connoisseur of our mountains. It has federal authorization to accompany groups and private customers and on the via ferrata and on the wall of the Luzzone dam. Experience the thrill of adventure with him on the highest artificial climbing wall in the world, 1400 meters above sea level. Start at the bottom of the dam to escape from the top and discover the lake!
Starting from CHF269 per person
More information will be provided after the experience is purchased
Twint or cash
INFO AND RESERVATIONS
The minimum age required is 16 years. Parental consent is required for minors.
The indications of the climbing expert are binding and must be followed at any time
WHAT TO BRING
For the experience please bring the following material:
Previous experience in climbing
Athletic physical condition
Total absence of vertigo
Desire for adventure
Snacks and drinks for your sustanance during the activity
Eventually small mountain backpack