Vajolet Towers

Being part of the Catinaccio / Rosengarten group the Torri del Vajolet / Vaiolet towers, Together there are ten summits, roughly divided into two subgroups. The six northern ones are rather massive while the four southern ones are fine needlelike spires. Their beauty and the fact that a very popular ferrata (Ferrata Santner) leads close to their base attracts thousands of tourists each year as well as a lot of serious climbers again making the Vaiolet towers the most climbed peaks in the Dolomites

Here are the 12 heroes who already climbed this spot

Don't hesitate to ask them some tips, they are awesome.
Johannes Kaufmann

Johannes Kaufmann

Borzi

Borzi

Alexander Wolf

Alexander Wolf

Andrea Fassi

Andrea Fassi

Björn Weißbrodt

Björn Weißbrodt

Etienne Bernard

Etienne Bernard

Rodella Andrea

Rodella Andrea

Michael Moggo Fassnauer

Michael Moggo Fassnauer

Domenik Andreolli

Domenik Andreolli

Carlo Trolese

Carlo Trolese

Heidi Siller

Heidi Siller

Carola D.

Carola D.

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PICTURES OF THE SPOT

Vajolet Towers by Etienne Bernard
Etienne Bernard Etienne Bernard
Vajolet Towers by Heidi Siller
Heidi Siller Heidi Siller
Vajolet Towers by Carola D.
Carola D. Carola D.
Vajolet Towers by Johannes Kaufmann
Johannes Kaufmann Johannes Kaufmann
Vajolet Towers by Alexander Wolf
Alexander Wolf Alexander Wolf
Vajolet Towers by Domenik Andreolli
Domenik Andreolli Domenik Andreolli
Vajolet Towers by Carlo Trolese
Carlo Trolese Carlo Trolese
Vajolet Towers by Carlo Trolese
Carlo Trolese Carlo Trolese
Vajolet Towers by Carlo Trolese
Carlo Trolese Carlo Trolese
Vajolet Towers by Borzi
Borzi Borzi
Vajolet Towers by Andrea Fassi
Andrea Fassi Andrea Fassi
Vajolet Towers by Michael Moggo Fassnauer
Michael Moggo Fassnauer Michael Moggo Fassnauer
Vajolet Towers by Michael Moggo Fassnauer
Michael Moggo Fassnauer Michael Moggo Fassnauer
Vajolet Towers by Rodella Andrea
Rodella Andrea Rodella Andrea
Vajolet Towers by Björn Weißbrodt
Björn Weißbrodt Björn Weißbrodt
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