The particular psychological commitment and emotional involvement required in the act of climbing, are by their nature rich in unique stimuli and sensations, impossible to find in other outdoor activities.
During the course of this activity, a unique relationship is created with the natural element of the rock and with the environment that surrounds us; we are given the opportunity to get to know our strongest emotions: fear, joy, excitement.
More than any other sport, climbing establishes a relationship of trust between climbing partners: each manages the safety of the other in addition to their own, not only while climbing, but also when 'belaying' their friend on the wall.
The slowness of movement, the choice of footholds and supports, carried out by sight and touch, and the proprioceptive capacity are the fundamental characteristics of this sport that you will find in this crag outing of about three hours, where you will experience basic progression, a basic climbing technique.
This outing offers you the chance to try vertical movement on routes of easy and medium difficulty, as a second partner, and to learn the basics of safety. The experience described takes place in a natural environment to be discovered: the walls of Marciaga, near Bardolino.
Lake Garda - East coast - Marciaga
Clothing and gear and other notes
Included: climbing shoes, harness and helmet.
What to bring: technical sports clothing, rucksack with at least one litre of water.
Level of difficulty
Easy-medium, also suitable for those practising the activity for the first time or those wishing to improve the basic skills they already have.