Via ferrata and climbing in the Dolomites

Whoever wants to try the thrill of the mountain in all its essence, reaching the most inaccessible peaks, you can follow some of the most beautiful “vie ferrate", old cabled supply routes, in the Dolomites, which can satisfy the most expert of mountain trekkers or even beginners.

To get to the heart of intimidating massifs like the Pelmo, the Civetta, le Tofane, il Cristallo, the Pale di San Martino, the Sella Group or the Marmolada is an unforgettable experience: the vie ferrate combine the pleasure of a hike with the challenge of a climb, offering fantastic views of the mountains and surrounding valleys.

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  • Via Ferrata Ivano Dibona

    This long itinerary crosses the well-known 27 m suspension bridge and then follows a magnificent and airy line along ledges used during the First World War.

  • Via Ferrata Vallon Bianco

    The wide Vallon Bianco summit marks the Fanes’ outer edge and is an outstanding observation point for the Travenazes valley, the Tofane, Croda Rossa, the Fanes valley and even the furthest alpine peaks.

  • Via Ferrata Variante Tofana di Mezzo

    The only via ferrata on limestone rock, this new itinerary (yet to be officially named) starts from Bus di Tofana in Ra Valles and ends at the summit of the Tofana di Mezzo mountain.

  • 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.