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Climbing in Sicily


Climbing in Sicily: a "vertical vacation" to plunge yourself in the history and culture of an island with a thousand facets.
PHOTOS

PROGRAM

The trip offers the possibility to climb, visit archaeological sites, relax for a few hours at the spa or on a beautiful beach, and enjoy the wonderful wilderness of the island and its culinary delights. In short, there is no time to get bored!
The program below is purely illustrative and can be freely modified according to your wishes.

DAY

Meeting point: meeting at Turin or Milan airport.

From Trapani, after renting the car, we will go to the location we chose.
Transfers are always by car unless we decide to spend a few days at San Vito Camping, from where we can reach many areas on foot.

DAY

Meeting point: meeting at Turin or Milan airport.

From Trapani, after renting the car, we will go to the location we chose.
Transfers are always by car unless we decide to spend a few days at San Vito Camping, from where we can reach many areas on foot.

DAY

Wake up and breakfast. Transfer to Salinella, the main crag in the area of San Vito Lo Capo. An impressive number of equipped routes for every taste will await us. The beautiful view of the sea and the mild climate make it an ideal destination for winter climbing.

DAY

Wake up and breakfast. Transfer to Salinella, the main crag in the area of San Vito Lo Capo. An impressive number of equipped routes for every taste will await us. The beautiful view of the sea and the mild climate make it an ideal destination for winter climbing.

DAY

Wake up, breakfast and off to Custonaci and the spectacular Never Sleeping Wall crag, about a hundred metres from the cave where, during the Christmas-New Year’s Eve period, the Nativity scene is played. The special thing about this place is the multitude of pipes and concretions which are abundant on the easy climbs.

DAY

Wake up, breakfast and off to Custonaci and the spectacular Never Sleeping Wall crag, about a hundred metres from the cave where, during the Christmas-New Year’s Eve period, the Nativity scene is played. The special thing about this place is the multitude of pipes and concretions which are abundant on the easy climbs.

DAY

After breakfast, we will go towards the Crown of Aragon, a beautiful and scenic crag, with mostly overhanging walls rich in concretions. The climb is athletic and continuous. Light lunch and relax on the beach before moving to the crags near Palermo.

DAY

After breakfast, we will go towards the Crown of Aragon, a beautiful and scenic crag, with mostly overhanging walls rich in concretions. The climb is athletic and continuous. Light lunch and relax on the beach before moving to the crags near Palermo.

DAY

Also the area of Palermo is rich in crags including Bauso Rosso, a magnificent rocky bar 500 m long with four important sections: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso and Arctica.

DAY

Also the area of Palermo is rich in crags including Bauso Rosso, a magnificent rocky bar 500 m long with four important sections: Inferno, Purgatorio, Paradiso and Arctica.

DAY

Another day, another crag. This time is the Roccia dello Schiavo, a spur of Monte Pellegrino that overlooks the Parco della Favorita, in the heart of Palermo. The rock is an exceptional grey limestone, often sharp, but there are also areas with cracks and hourglasses. It is an area rich in sports itineraries to suit all tastes and levels, as well as multi-pitch routes.

DAY

Another day, another crag. This time is the Roccia dello Schiavo, a spur of Monte Pellegrino that overlooks the Parco della Favorita, in the heart of Palermo. The rock is an exceptional grey limestone, often sharp, but there are also areas with cracks and hourglasses. It is an area rich in sports itineraries to suit all tastes and levels, as well as multi-pitch routes.

DAY

The last day is dedicated to visiting Palermo, while the most indefatigable ones could spend the time with the last climbs before flying back home.

DAY

The last day is dedicated to visiting Palermo, while the most indefatigable ones could spend the time with the last climbs before flying back home.

DETAILS

DURATION
orologio
7 Days
orologio
TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY
stelle
low
stelle
FITNESS LEVEL
cuori
fair
cuori
PERSONS
utente
min 4 - max 8 for each Mountain Guide
utente
PERIOD
calendario
from 01/01 to 31/12
DURATION
TECHNICAL DIFFICULTY
FITNESS LEVEL
PERSONS
PERIOD
7 Days
low
fair
min 4 - max 8 for each Mountain Guide
from 01/01 to 31/12
orologio
stelle
cuori
utente
calendario

RATES

630 € fee per person with 4 participants
540 € fee per person with 5 participants
440 € fee per person with 6 participants
390 € fee per person with 7 participants
360 € fee per person with 8 participants
The rate includes
  • the assistance of a UIAGM certified Mountain Guide
  • liability insurance
  • loan of shared safety material

The rate does not include
  • research and rescue insurance with UVGAM coverage (recommended): €12 per person for 7 days
  • the Mountain Guide’s expenses (transfers, meals and accommodation) to be covered by participants
  • transfers, meals and accommodation
  • the hiring of any personal equipment
  • anything that is not mentioned under "The rate includes"
Notes
  • It is crucial that participants follow all instructions provided by the mountain guides before and during the activities, and that they accept any changes made to the programme in order to guarantee their safety.
  • Fees for lift facilities, transfers and mountain lodges are subject to changes established and applied by the respective owners without any liability attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.
  • The rates listed in the “The rate does not include” section are to be considered merely indicative and are therefore subject to changes.
  • PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides reserves the right to change any route or activity programme based on conditions (weather, accessibility, refuge) and participants’ fitness level.
  • The dates indicated for the activities may change due to weather, snow, or soil conditions, etc. In addition, they depend on the date of opening/closing of the lift facilities, which are established seasonally/yearly by the managing entities of the same and, therefore, are not in any way attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.
Notes
  • It is crucial that participants follow all instructions provided by the mountain guides before and during the activities, and that they accept any changes made to the programme in order to guarantee their safety.
  • Fees for lift facilities, transfers and mountain lodges are subject to changes established and applied by the respective owners without any liability attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.
  • The rates listed in the “The rate does not include” section are to be considered merely indicative and are therefore subject to changes.
  • PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides reserves the right to change any route or activity programme based on conditions (weather, accessibility, refuge) and participants’ fitness level.
  • The dates indicated for the activities may change due to weather, snow, or soil conditions, etc. In addition, they depend on the date of opening/closing of the lift facilities, which are established seasonally/yearly by the managing entities of the same and, therefore, are not in any way attributable to PEAKSHUNTER Mountain Guides.
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