Via ferrata

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.

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Ferrata Rio Sallagoni

This pleasant “via ferrata” winds along the canyon that borders the rock on which stand the ruins of Drena castle.
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Via ferrata delle Trincee

The peaks of Mesola and Mesolina are of great historical interest, and were strategically important in the Tyrol during WW1.
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Via ferrata dell Amicizia-Cima S.A.T.

This ‘via ferrata’ is suitable for those who have already practiced some climbing.
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Ferrata dei Colodri

Via ‘ferrata’ for beginners, children or families.
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Ferrata delle Bocchette

The Bocchette route takes the excursionist along a marvellous traverse.
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Ferrata della Marmolada

By climbing up Marmolada,Punta Penia 3343m, you will be able to approach the world of high altitude.
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The path of the Contrabbandieri (Smugglers)

The Contrabbandieri hiking trail will offer you a superb climbing experience and a marvelous view of Garda Lake.
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Ferrata cima Capi

This ‘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.
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Ferrata Gianni Costantini

This is considered the longest, most tiring and difficult of the Dolmites.
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Catinaccio ferrata

One of the most fascinating legends of the Dolomites narrates why these mountains become pink at sunset.

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