Some of the trails equipped with metal cables are suitable for everyone, from beginners to families. These trails have been made particularly easy, so that anyone can enjoy with a Mountain Guide the thrills of reaching a peak. Some of the routes will take you along paths of the First World War, others right up to the cross on the summit, enabling you to savour the indescribable beauty of the Ampezzo Valley.

Lagazuoi tunnels Via Ferrata

This very particular remnant of the First World War is completely equipped with cables and leads through the famous winding tunnel.

Fanes waterfalls (Giovanni Barbara) via ferrata

A via ferrata suitable for everyone, from beginners to families, with a circular route around the Fanes waterfalls. This route reveals an additional facet of Cortina to be seen, because it enables you to see the power of nature and the impetuous flow of water at first hand.

Ra Bujela Via Ferrata (Maria & Andrea Ferrari) - Tofana

This route provides a particularly evocative view of Cortina, offering a panorama of the entire valley, including the imposing mount Tofana.

Ra Gusela Via Ferrata - Nuvolau

A via ferrata for beginners, also suitable for families, that starts from the Giau Pass and leads to Rifugio Nuvolau, the first mountain lodge built in the area around Cortina d’Ampezzo in 1883.

Via Ferrata Averau

An easy via ferrata that enables you to go all the way around Mount Averau and reach the famous summit cross. The route is entirely within the area south-west of Cortina d’Ampezzo and it offers a panorama of the entire valley, with views of Cinque Torri and the majestic Tofana di Rozes.

Astaldi equipped trail - Tofana

The Astaldi equipped trail is suitable for everyone, even families and whoever is interested in discovering the world of ferratas. The route is at the foot of Mount Tofana and follows a fairly flat profile that links the mountain lodges Rifugio Dibona and Rifugio Pomedes, crossing a colourful rock landscape.

Via Ferrata Ra Pegna - Tofana

The route is suitable for beginners, for families with children and even people without any experience.

Sottotenente Fusetti Via Ferrata - Sass de Stria

An easy via ferrata that runs along the First World War Austro-Hungarian front. From here, the Austrian soldiers responded to fire from the Italian soldiers stationed on the Cengia Martini ledge on Piccolo Lagazuoi.