The Tomaselli is a particularly panoramic and exciting via ferrata, but it is physically and technically rather challenging, as a result of the path’s difficulty and exposure. When you reach the peak, you are rewarded with one of the finest views in the Dolomites, and the route also includes locations linked to the Great War.
The Via Ferrata degli Alpini, of medium difficulty, is on the Pyramid of Col dei Bos, near the Falzarego Pass, and it enables you to see the hospital structures dating back to the First World War, and the Dolomites in all their splendour.
A via ferrata for experts on the south-western face of Col Rosà, to the north of Cortina d’Ampezzo. The view from the summit, at 2,166 m, is spectacular: you can enjoy the beautiful panorama offered by the Ampezzo Valley, surrounded by an array of mountains, from the Tofane group to Pomagagnon.
A via ferrata for experts that leads directly to the summit of one of the most famous peaks in the Dolomites: Tofana di Rozes.
A via ferrata for experts, considered one of the finest in the Dolomites, on the buttress at the extremity of Tofana di Mezzo.
A via ferrata for experts, which brings you to the summit of Cristallo di Mezzo, where the traditional cairn confirms that you have reached the top.
This very difficult via ferrata climbs the entire Crepe di Faloria crags right up to the Rifugio Faloria lodge. It is a breath-taking route that gives you views of the entire Ampezzo Valley and the Dolomite peaks surrounding it.
A difficult via ferrata that calls for a high level of fitness, considering the route’s length and altitude. The Ivano Dibona via ferrata is one of the most famous ferratas in the Dolomites, hallmarked by a magnificent 30-metre-long suspension bridge that offers an unmissable opening for the route.