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A ’via ferrata ’is a mountain route equipped with iron cables, chains, ladders and bridges which makes it easier to overcome the mountaineering difficulties. In a few cases such aid makes it possible to cover rocky terrain or an exposed route – of varying difficulties – making it approachable even for inexpert climbers. It differs from a classical climbing route which on average is a lot more vertical, not equipped and therefore a lot more difficult.
With this offer of trekking and vie ferrate we will enter into the heart of the Catinaccio, staying overnight in comfortable mountain huts and walking in the tracks of King Laurino.
This is considered the longest, most tiring and difficult of the Dolmites. It is recommended to those who are physically fit. The "ferrata" follows a logical line of ledges and gullies along compact rock. It offers marvellous views over the eastern Dolomites.
This â€˜ferrata’ is highly recommended for adventurous families, both for the amazing views over Lake Garda and its easy and fun approach to the vertical world.
The path of the Contrabbandieri (Smugglers), offers the excursionist a magnificent view over Lake Garda . Always a sheer drop over the lake and very exposed, it runs along what was once the route of the salt and tobacco smugglers.
By climbing up Marmolada,Punta Penia 3343m, you will be able to approach the world of high altitude, an alpine style ascent, not difficult technically, but not to be underestimated due to the altitude and the surrounding glacier where you go back down on the via ferrata.
The Bocchette route takes the excursionist along a marvellous traverse. The Brenta Dolomites is the wildest of the Dolomite groups and to experience its landscape you need to immerse yourself fully into its wild and severe environment.
Via ‘ferrata’ for beginners, children or families. An easy itinerary along the East side of Mount Colodri overlooking steep cliffs on the wide valley above Arco.
This ‘via ferrata’ is suitable for those who have already practiced some climbing. It goes up the steep walls of Rocchetta peak overlooking Riva del Garda and ends on the summit of ‘Cima SAT’. A perfect itinerary for midseason outdoor activitites, with a breath-taking and unusual view on the lake and the wide valley underneath
The peaks of Mesola and Mesolina are of great historical interest, and were strategically important in the Tyrol during WW1. They would have served to stop the Italians in the event of collapse of the military posts on the Marmolada glacier.
This pleasant "via ferrata" winds along the canyon that borders the rock on which stand the ruins of Drena castle. It is a great path for children and families but also for hikers who want to test themselves with suspended bridges, overhead wires, easy vertical passages and stream crossings.