Camping village Laghi di Lamar

The mountains that surround the campsite offer some of the best sites for free climbing in Europe: caves to explore, natural and artificial walls of all difficulty levels and frozen waterfalls to climb in winter. Within walking distance, right above lake Terlago, there is the cliff called “Palestra di Roccia ai Lastroni” and after Lake Lamar there is a climbing wall perfect for beginners. Other routes can be found on the Paganella. For a unique experience, we recommend climbing with the TrentinoClimb guides, that offers guided climbing routes of all difficulty levels accompanied by a certified mountain guide.
The cliff Palestra di Roccia ai Lastroni – with its 23 quite challenging routes of difficulty levels 6b-8a, between 15 and 25 m high and its favourable southern position that guarantees a climb under the sun – is very popular among local climbers between the months of March and October. It is suitable for experienced climbers.
The wall of Lamar Lake with its 10 routes of level 4c-6a is perfect for children and beginners and in addition, it offers also the chance to take a refreshing post-climbing bath. The most experienced climbers will find the perfect routes on the calcareous almost vertical wall of the Paganella, that is situated above our campsite. In addition to the classic climb on the central peak, La Roda (82014 m), you can try climbing the Cornetto di Pra Grande (1884 m), Becco di corno (1880 m) and many more. On the south-western side, the Paganella group ends at the San Antonio Pass (1893 m), beyond which the Gazza group begins.
In 2016 a new crag was inaugurated near the Sentiero delle Aquile, with 18 routes of difficulty levels 4a-7b equipped by the Mountain Guides of Trentino Activity. For further information: Falesia No Big. For information on the different climbing possibilities on the Paganella: For beginners or for those who are looking for a guided climb, TrentinoClimb offers different alternatives. Technical equipment is included – it is recommended to wear suitable footwear and sportswear, which allows you to climb safely. Some of the available itineraries are: – an afternoon in the Sarca Valley, perfect for those who need an introduction to climbing (minimum age 6 years) – courses for children and beginners (minimum age 6 years) – Val Daone Granito, for those who want to climb granite – bouldering in the glacial Daone Valley, the largest bouldering area in Italy (by reservation) – Campanil Basso (2980 m) in the Brenta Dolomites for a climb with difficulty levels IV + UIAA (for experienced climbers).


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