Exciting routes equipped with metal cables, steps, wooden walkways and suspension bridges. You can tackle exposed, vertical rock routes, admire spectacular views and experience the thrill of reaching the highest peaks in the Dolomites, in complete safety at all times.
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Via Ferrata Albino Michielli Strobel

The “Strobel” is a classic and highly popular via ferrata that takes a logical line up wide ledges through the west face of the Punta Fiames, past exposed but well-equipped sections.

Via Ferrata Cesco Tomaselli parete SO

The ‘Tomaselli’ takes an exposed but almost entirely equipped line up the SW face of the Punta Fanes Sud, the first tower on the Cresta di Fanes.

Via Ferrata degli Alpini - Col dei Bos

The Alpini Via Ferrata is situated on the South face of the Piramide Col dei Bos and is equipped with metal roping and innovative anti-fall cones as well as pitons.

Via Ferrata Ettore Bovero

This beautiful, tough ferrata crosses the exposed southwest face of the Col Rosà, the isolated rocky peak between the Tofane and Pomagagnon.

Via Ferrata Formenton

The Ferrata Formenton is in fact a beautiful traverse that starts from the summit of Tofana di Mezzo, which is reached via cable car. By ascending the Tofana di Mezzo’s south face one can access the less visited Tofana di Dentro.

Via Ferrata Galleria del Piccolo Lagazuoi

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

Via Ferrata Gianni Aglio

The ferrata leads up the highest of the three Tofane. When joined to the Giuseppe Olivieri ferrata at Punta Anna it makes up a long and difficult, but highly satisfying traverse for the well-trained.

Via Ferrata Giovanni Barbara

This is a very interesting and easy roundtrip, well equipped with cables wherever necessary. An excellent entry point from Cortina to the splendid Valle di Fanes, the ferrata can be carried out in half a day.

Via Ferrata Giovanni Lipella

The ‘Lipella’ at the Tofana di Rozes is an unmissable ferrata for the keen mountaineer.

Via Ferrata Giuseppe Olivieri

This ascent, almost entirely equipped with cables, follows the steep southern arête up Punta Anna, the large outcrop that looks onto the Tofana di Mezzo.

Via Ferrata Ra Bujela (Maria e Andrea Ferrari)


The new route, equipped with 2 walkways respectively 7m and 3m long, is constructed along the right side of the Pomedes tower, which faces Tofana, called “Ra Bujela”.

Via Ferrata Marino Bianchi

This short but panoramic itinerary follows the crest which, at 3000m, runs from Forcella Staunies to the summit of Cristallo di Mezzo. BEAUTY: ***

Via Ferrata Ra Gusela

A new, short via ferrata which replaces the original one along the gully which is now closed for safety.

Via Ferrata Renè de Pol

The actual via ferrata is not particularly long and traverses the north and north east faces of the Forame mountain chain, a minor western outcrop of the Cristallo group.

Via Ferrata Sci Club 18

This Ferrata route traverses the Crepe di Faloria face, below the path of the cable car leading to Mount Faloria.

Via Ferrata Equipped Path De Luca - Innerkofler

Monte Paterno is an excellent observation point for the impressive north faces of the Tre Cime, symbol of alpinism not only in the Dolomites but all over the world.

Via Ferrata Averau

This short route close to Rif. Averau (2413m) is ideal for completing the classic trip round Averau and Nuvolau, or as a half day outing.

Via Ferrata Sentiero attrezzato Forcella Zumeles

This beautiful excursion along Cortina’s northern Croda peaks up the third of five ledges on the Pomagagnon is in fact an airy but not particularly difficult path.