Via Ferratas

We will accompany you to fantastic places, from above Lake Garda to the Dolomites and the Adamello-Presanella mountain groups, where, with a spot of physical preparation, you will feel like a proper mountaineer.

Along these mountain trails, with steel ladders and safety cables to which you can secure yourself, under the supervision of an experienced Mountain Guide you can safely continue your ascent and explore this majestic environment. Ring routes are available and, according to your training and physical conditions, can bring you from the valley floors right up to the very peaks of the Dolomites or other Alpine summits.

Minimum 2 participants – maximum 6 for single Mountain Guide (according to the difficulty of the Via Ferrata). It is possible to organise large groups for companies and team-building events.

It’s important that you don’t suffer from a particular fear of heights (acrophobia) and as far as physical preparation is concerned be aware that the simpler trails take between 3-4 hours whereas an entire day is required to complete the more difficult Vie Ferrate such as Lipella (Cortina d’Ampezzo) or the “Che Guevara” (Pietramurata).

Certain excursions require a number of days to complete such as the “Bocchette” (Brenta Dolomites) and the crossing of the Rosengarten Group (called the “Catinaccio” locally).


Summer and autumn.


MORI: Via Ferrata of Mori.
RIVA DEL GARDA: “Cima Capi” and “Cima SAT”.
ARCO: “Cima Colodri”.
DRO: the Scaloni Trail, the Cavre Trail, the Anglone Trail.
PIETRA MURATA: the Via Ferrata “Che Guevara”.
DRENA: the Via Ferrata “Rio Sallagoni”.
SARCHE: the Via Ferrata “Rino Pisetta”.
TRENTO: Mount Bondone, Dos D’Abramo, the Bertotti Chegul Trail.
MEZZOCORONA-SALORNO: Mount Mezzocorona (the Giovannelli Gully), Favogna di Sotto.

ANDALO: the Via Ferrata of Mount Paganella.

MADONNA DI CAMPIGLIO: Variuos Vie Ferrate: Benini, Dallagiacoma, Sosat Bocchette centrali-Bocchette Alte, Vidi, Brentari, Castiglioni.


MARMOLADA: Penia Point, north-west crest.

LATEMAR: the Via Ferrata of the “Campanili” (isolated peaks called the “belfries”).


PASSO COSTALUNGA: Roda di Vael, Cigolade, Passo Santner, Antermoia.

VAL GARDENA-BADIA: Sass Rigais, Gran Cir, Piccolo Cir, Col Rodella, Piz da Lech.

CORTINA: Averau, Nuvolau, Tofana di Rozes (Lipella), Cadini Peak north-east face.

SESTO PUSTERIA-MISURINA: Monte Paterno, the Toblin Tower.

And many more…


Via Ferrata set, helmet, harness, gloves. It is possible to rent the necessary equipment.

What to wear

Generally quick-drying pants and socks, a lightweight Schoeller top, microfiber pullover with long sleeves (better with a zipped polo neck), another with short sleeves or sleeveless, a heavy fleece jacket, anorak. Having said this, clothing will depend on the season and weather conditions and will be discussed prior to leaving with your Mountain Guide.