Vie ferrate in the Dolomites

LISTEN TO THE ADVICE OF THOSE WHO BUILD THE VIA FERRATAS

LOOK THE DOLOMITES FROM AN AMAZING POINT OF VIEW

EXPERIENCE THE THRILL OF CLIMBING A STEEP VERTICAL WALL

Guided via Ferrata in the Dolomites

The choice of vie ferrate in the Dolomites is infinitely varied, from the shortest and least demanding ferrata to the most difficult ones, which require a more thorough level of physical fitness. Join a guided via ferrata tour and test yourself on one of our rope-lined trails, to be able to look at the world from on high and to achieve, with your own strength, the “loftiness” of climbers.

You can choose between three different difficulty levels. The first is ideal for beginners who are trying their hands at this activity for the first time and involves un-challenging Ferrata while the second and third levels are for more experienced and fitter individuals on medium and also very difficult via Ferrata.

The Dolomites are unequaled in the number and beauty of their vie ferrate offering not only strong emotions but more. Some of the routes go through the places of the Great War, which on the mountains of Cortina left some of the most tragic and memorable legacies. The steep Castelletto tunnel, the long Lagazuoi tunnel, the Sass de Stria trenches, and the underground passage of Monte Paterno are ruins steeped in blood and suffering.

The difficulty in a Ferrata derives mainly from the steepness of the wall and the number of holds and supports, whether natural or artificial. The easiest Ferrate are usually called “Sentieri Ferrati” (“Iron Trails”), while the more difficult ones are defined as “Vie Ferrate”. One needs to underline that technical difficulty is only one of the components of the difficulty of a Ferrata.

  • Where: Cortina – Alta Badia.
  • Difficulty: very easy, easy, medium, difficult, very difficult.
  • Note: the total cost is split between those taking part. Maximum number of participants: 5 on very easy via Ferrata and 3 on medium/difficult via Ferrata. Technical equipment is included. If we need to take a chair lift or cable car, the ticket is not included.
  • Price: starting from 350,00 Euro to 440,00 Euro, according to the difficulty and the length of the Ferrata.