Try to climb a via ferrata in winter is undoubtedly a source of great satisfaction.
This experience is definitely rewarding and will give way to prove the inherent emotions of winter, enjoying fantastic views.
Nobody climbs these routes in winter and the risk of having to queue, as sometimes happens in the summer, does not exist.
Ferrata in winter, a real adventure
Only for experts. Please, keep in mind that it’s mandatory for this trip to have prior via ferrata experience as well a very good level of fitness. The program has an intermediate level of difficulty and there may be obstacles on the way due to the snow.
If it will be your first time on the ferrata in winter, I suggest to climb a medium-difficult route, as Ferrata Ra Bujela.
- Where: Cortina d’Ampezzo.
- Difficulty: medium – difficult.
- Price: starting from 330 Euro to 360 Euro, according with the difficulty and the length of the ferrata. In the event that we need to take a chair lift or cable car, the ticket is not included.
- Note: the technical equipment will be provided by the guide.
EXPERIENCE THE EMOTIONS OF WINTER MOUNTAINEERING
NOBODY ELSE ON THE FERRATA, A RARE THING
AMAZING WINTER VIEWS, SNOW AND ICE FALLS