Climbing and vie ferrate in Val di Zoldo

Zoldo was one of the valleys where the great history of mountain climbing in the Dolomites has developed. The walls of the Civetta and Mount Pelmo have rapresented and still represent now the emblem in the Alps of mountaineering. We must not forget the Moiazza, the Spiz of Mezodì and the Bosconero, with high and vertical walls, and rocks where you can find many mountaineering routes of high quality level. Also climbing in the valley offers many possibilities, with walls suitable for beginners, intermediate and advanced climbers. The wall of "Calleda" on Passo Duran, or in Val Barance over the village Pralongo, or again, the more famous Val dele Ziolère, are some examples to climb in breathtaking landscapes. 


The vie ferrate

Val di Zoldo is rich of vie ferrate and vie normali (the equipped trails to reach a peack of the Dolomites) that climb its famous peaks of the Dolomites. The Civetta and the Moiazza are traversed by three vie ferrate, some of the most popular of the Dolomites. In the Civetta you can find the panoramic and aerial via ferrata degli Alleghesi and the vertical and exposed via ferrata Tissi. In the Moiazza, you can find the via ferrata Costantini, considered the longest, the most difficult and the most beautiful via ferrata of the Dolomites. There are also shorter and easier itineraries, suitable to beginners, as the via ferrata del Sora 'l Sas e del Belvedere, on the Spiz di Mezzodì. 

In Val di Zoldo you can find also vie normali, on the Civetta, with the famous "Passo del tenente" and on Mount Pelmo, with the legendary "Cengia di Ball". For the expert excursionists who love the wild trails are absolutely unmissable the "Viaz", crossing from a valley or a mountain to another.