The Julian Alps offer many climbing routes. Despite the modest altitudes, these mountains are stark and wild, and in this, perhaps, lies their greatest attraction. On these mountains challenging free climbing itineraries have been mapped, counted among the most difficult in the Alps. There are also numerous aided routes and via ferrate (equipped routes). The expert hiker can experience the attraction of impressive environments usually reserved for the most reckless climber.
Numerous and just as fascinating are the normal routes, without technical difficulties.
Some of the most interesting routes:
Jôf di Sompdogna, Cima di Terra Rossa, Jôf di Montasio, Jôf Fuart, Grande Nabois, Jôf di Miezegnot, Mount Re, Mount Mangart, Cima Cacciatore, Mount Canin