Via Ferrata is an adventurous mix between rock climbing and mountain hiking, on paths equipped with a cable fixed to the wall, and additional aids such as carved steps, pegs, ladders and bridges. Even if you don’t have climbing skills or knowledge, a Via Ferrata allows you to get to incredibly scenic spots in the mountains, unreachable otherwise through “regular” mountain trails.
The North of Italy is very famous for Via Ferrata, in particular some destinations such as the Dolomites, and less known but still beautiful destinations such as Como Lake, which offer a huge variety of Via Ferrata with different levels of difficulty and length.
You will make this experience with a certified alpine guide, who will help you to decide which Via Ferrata is best for you.
Take a look at the map to see the destinations where we can provide this service.
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