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Via Ferrata

Get the adrenaline rush by climbing on a via ferrata

Your strength will lead you to the top

Get the adrenaline rush reaching the Dolomites summits by climbing on a via ferrata: move up on a rocky wall by holding on to cables and clamps all the way up to the top. Make the most of the push from your legs and the strength of your arms as you move from one end hold to the next, moving towards the summit one step after the other.

All the way up to the top in safety

Tackle the mountain all the way up to the top in safety, but with an extra thrill. Climb on a rocky wall, leveraging your skills and a special equipment positioned to facilitate the climb. Hold on to cables, clamps and chains, rely on ropes, heat sinks and climbing harnesses while never losing adherence to the rock.

Give it a try!

Via Ferrata Tridentina Pisciadú

On the way to the Gardena Pass, you’ll reach the car park (former quarry) at 1.956 meters above the sea level. From the car park you head up an easy trail before shortly arriving at the start of the via ferrata. Metal cables, iron rungs, a ladder, lots of steps and at the end the famous hanging bridge, all there to keep you safe. Descent down Val Setus.
Registration required: Alpine Guides



3 min
2,5 km
Via Ferrata
Via FerrataClimb on a via ferrata and reach the summit: move up on a rocky wall using structures that will ease your ascent, keeping the thrill alive.