Cortina's mountain guides propose "4 multi-sport days", a successful and original combination of e-bike tours, via ferratas and climbing routes, leading up to the most famous peaks of the Ampezzo valley in a sustainable way.
The participants will be amazed by the beauty of this itinerary. It leads through the Ampezzo Dolomites Nature Park and to the Fanes waterfalls, which are among the highest permanent waterfalls in the Dolomites.
Four adventurous days, surrounded by nature, to find yourself again, to train your body and refresh your mind.
Meeting in the mountain guide office, technical equipment check and, if necessary, e-bike hire;
descent to the Nature Park of the Ampezzo Dolomites. Here you will tackle the first via Ferrata in spectacular surroundings: the Fanes waterfalls. It is an easy round trip under one of the highest waterfalls in the Dolomites;
after having climbed the via ferrata, we will cycle to the mountain hut Rifugio Dibona located at the base of the majestic Tofana di Rozes, one of Cortina’s iconic mountains, and spend the night there.
After a hearty breakfast, we cycle up to the Duca d'Aosta refuge, from where we can reach the via ferratas Ra Bujela (medium difficulty) or Ferrari alla Pegna (easy).
These via ferratas are located on the sides of the famous “Tofana Schuss", the steepest section of the iconic slope of the Womens World Cup races..
Then we cycle back to the starting point and reach the mountain hut Rifugio Scoiattoli, from where we can enjoy a wonderful view of the 5 Torri crags, which are known all over the world. Here we will spend the second night.
Hike to the 2 via Ferratas which lead to the peaks of the Nuvolau and Averau mountains. From up there, we enjoy a breathtaking view of the Civetta and the Marmolada peaks.
Then we return to the Rifugio Scoiattoli, take our bikes and cross the valley towards Rifugio Croda Da Lago G. Palmieri on the shores of Lake Federa. And here, in one of Cortina’s most beautiful places, we will spend the night.
We start early in the morning and reach Becco di Mezzodì, a detached peak overlooking the Ampezzo valley. A short third-degree climb leads up to the summit, then we have to abseil down.
Those who do not want to climb, can hike to Mondeval and visit the site where archaeologists found the remains of a man, who lived there in the Mesolithic era, over 7,000 years ago.
Return to Cortina with a wonderful descent by bike.
from 30th June to 3rd July
from 14th to 17th July
from 4th to 7th August
from 25th to 28th August
from 8th to 11th September
Cost The price for a group with at least 4 participants is € 670.00 and includes guide service, technical equipment, overnights and half-board in the mountain huts.
The bike is not provided. If you want to hire one, you can contact the following rental:
Good cycling skills, adaptability and a spirit for adventure.
Via Ferrata set, Helmet, Cycling or Via Ferrata gloves, E-bike, 30 l backpack, Sleeping bag for the overnights, A change of clothes, Rain coat, Long and short pants, Via Ferrata shoes, Headlamp, Towel, Water bottle Snacks; for food resupply there are several refuges and bars along the route.