Via Ferrata in the Dolomites with a local mountain guide
From May to October explore the awe-inspiring Dolomites on an unforgettable via ferrata adventure. Discover the historical routes with steps and ladders that were once fixed onto the mountains by WWI soldiers and enjoy an alternative experience in a unique UNESCO World Heritage Site.
This exciting via ferrata program offers you the chance to tailor the experience to your preferences and needs. You can choose from or combine a variety of via ferratas and spend one or more days exploring the amazing Dolomites.
Climbing on Marmolada, which at 3,343 meters, is the highest mountain in the range.
Exploring the Mesules via ferrata, which is the oldest in the region, located in the Sella Group.
Reaching the top of Piz Boe via the Cesare Piazetta via ferrata.
Challenging yourself on the Tomaselli via ferrata, located on Passo Falzarego.
This program is perfect for anyone who is curious about via ferrata and climbing in a gorgeous location. There are options for every level and the itinerary is flexible. Going with a local certified guide is a great way to stay safe and learn all about the history of the region.
The price depends on the number of participants and duration. It includes the guiding fee and the equipment (helmet, ferrata set, harness and gloves). A group of 5 can expect to pay 65 € per person for a 1-day adventure.