Marmolada 3.343m

Together with Punta Penia (3343 m), the Marmolada is the highest mountain group in the Dolomites, a unique massif in the world, located between Veneto and Trento, which was declared a UNESCO natural heritage site in 2009.

Transformed into a battlefield between 1915 and 1917 during the First World War, the Marmolada is now home to the highest museum in Europe in memory of the many soldiers who fell among the rocks.

The Marmolada can be climbed from the basket lift, which takes us to the Pian dei Fiacconi at 2626 metres, via the glacier or via the west ridge (via ferrata). The descent takes always place via the glacier.

Details Marmolada 3.343m

Elevation Gain700m
EquipmentCrampons, ice axe, helmet and harness - will be provided if required
Cost 1 Person550€
Cost 2 Persons350€ per person
Cost 3 Persons260€ per person
InfoAdditional costs: Travel and lift tickets
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