Safely tackle the via ferratas of the Dolomites with an Alpine Guide
An active summer of adventures in the mountains of South Tyrol on the most famous via ferratas of the Dolomites
The Dolomites are a veritable via ferrata paradise. The most famous ones are the Mesules via ferrata and the Brigata Tridentina via ferrata in the Sella Group, the Masaré via ferrata on the Roda di Vael in the Catinaccio Group and the Bocchette Alte path in the Brenta Group.
To climb the via ferratas of South Tyrol means to live a totally unique experience and holiday, and is the first step to approaching mountaineering. Countless via ferratas allow climbers to reach the high altitude summits of the Dolomites, which is why this activity is a favourite among mountain lovers who have a head for heights and have a firm tread. There are via ferratas of all degrees of difficulty in South Tyrol, thus offering the opportunity for beginners to approach the mountains and conquer, with a bit of adrenaline coursing through their veins, the peaks that otherwise would be unreachable on normal trails.
I will be happy to propose itineraries of any level of difficulty and lasting one or more days
Date: from April to November
Participants: maximum 6
Characteristics: according to preferences
Cost: on request
Requirements: no vertigo, firm tread
Info: An absolutely adrenaline-rich special holiday, the ideal ‘first step’ towards the practice of a form of mountaineering off the beaten track