Via Ferrata in winter

EXPERIENCE THE EMOTIONS OF WINTER MOUNTAINEERING

NOBODY ELSE ON THE FERRATA, A RARE THING

AMAZING WINTER VIEWS, SNOW AND ICE WALLS

A premise is obligatory: to venture onto via Ferrata in winter, having an excellent level of physical fitness and good via Ferrata experience is mandatory. The program proposed here has an intermediate level of difficulty, but we may encounter obstacles on the way due to ice and snow.

Winter, with its palette of glistening snow and frozen landscapes, offers a unique atmosphere for outdoor adventure enthusiasts. Among the many activities that can be carried out in this season, climbing via Ferrata offers a unique experience, combining technical challenges with the wild beauty of winter landscapes.

Via Ferrata in winter, a real adventure

Only for experts.

Undoubtedly, climbing a Ferrata in winter is a source of great satisfaction: it is indeed a fulfilling experience and will allow you to experience the intrinsic emotions of winter mountaineering, enjoying the fantastic snowy panoramas of the Dolomites.
Very few people climb along equipped routes in winter, and the risk of having to queue, as sometimes happens in the summer, is nonexistent. As mentioned above, keep in mind that climbing a Ferrata in the cold season requires good preparation and experience. Click on the following link to read more about the peculiarities of winter via Ferrata ascent.

If this is your first time on a via Ferrata in winter, I suggest climbing a moderately difficult route, such as Ferrata Ra Bujela.

  • Where: Cortina d’Ampezzo.
  • Difficulty: medium – difficult.
  • Note: the technical equipment will be provided by the guide.
  • Price: starting from 380 Euro to 440 Euro, according to the difficulty and the length of the Ferrata. If we need to take a chair lift or cable car, the ticket is not included.