Climbing & Deep Water Soloing

Cinque Terre climbing and deep water soloing activities in the nearby Gulf of Poets of La Spezia.

Cinque Terre climbing: Whether you want to approach rock climbing for the first time or you want to improve your skills with the assistance of an alpine guide*, you can choose from a range of different level rock walls, all set in natural environments with spectacular views, either in the Apuan Alps or rising straight from the Ligurian sea of the Gulf of Poets.

Deep Water soloing:  experience climbing without ropes on the rock sheers between Lerici and Tellaro. We will reach the spot by rubber boat or, for those more active, by kayak. We start free climbing directly from the sea as long as we have the strenght and then we let ourself fall into the water. Fun activity for families or group of friends.

Duration: half day

Difficulty: Easy. Not suitable for kids under 12.

What to bring: sport clothing, trekking or sport shoes.

Notes: For deep water soloing activity it is required to have some climbing experience and to be able to swim.
If moving by kayak keep in mind 20/30 minutes of paddling; to bring also swim suit, towel and a change of clothes.


Half day activity
1 person: 160 €
2 people: 80€
3 o 4 people: 60€
(Max 4 people for each guide) 


Tour On request

This activity can be booked on request for individuals and small groups (max 5-8 people). For more info contact us.


More Info

***Alpine guide is a professional of the mountains who has attended a professional course according to the Italian law Legge n.6 del 2 gennaio 1989. He/she is the only professional figure allowed to take travelers on rock, ice, snow or for canyoning, teaching the alpine techniques that guarantee the safety standards.
There are two different grades: Aspirante Guida Alpina (that has already carried out 90% of the formative process but still has some limitations) and Guida Alpina-Maestro di Alpinismo, which is the highest qualification obtained after 4 years experience. In order to work it is required to be registered to a designed professional register and to have a suitable insurance for third parties.