No vertigo? We will take you to fantastic places, climbing along paths named 'Via Ferrata' which are equipped with ladders and metal cables; with a little physical preparation and some uphill walking training, you will reach scenic places and experience the emotions of a little mountaineer, our guides always at your side taking care of your safety.
Depending on your skills and training, the guide will choose the Via Ferrata that best suits you, promising breathtaking views within reach of all levels. Below is a description of the best known Via Ferratas.
Via Ferrata for beginners, Bertotti on Mt. Chegul: a nice trek with a short via ferrata 400m up hill, which can be linked to a ring route on the Marzola range mountain which takes half a day (if you like to do full day you can continue to Marzola peak and eat at Maranza hut) and rewards you with beautiful view of Caldonazzo lake and Trento city.
Burrone Giovannelli: is a fantastic Via Ferrata through a canyon with two waterfalls ending after 500m up hill in a forest plateau where there’s a small village with a typical restaurant, better coming back with cablecar (not in the price) if you drink also some wine.
Cadin at S. Michele on Adige: is a technical medium level via ferrata, it starts from Adige valley and then up hill for 400m, about 4-5 hours, possible to eat in a typical restaurant on top.
Ferrata Mori: technical and exposed via ferrata above Mori village, near Rovereto, above an old church and a boulder area.
Ferrata delle Aquile (Eagles): on the east face of Mt. Paganella, exposed peak with one of the best views to the Sarca (five lakes) and Adige valleys.
**N.B.: Tell your guide in advance about any medical and/or physical condition, allergy, or others that may negatively affect the activity and result in dangerous situations for yourself, your companions, and the guide.**