Via Ferrata in the Dolomites
The Dolomites are famous for the high number of vie ferrate that can be found all over them. The origins of the vie ferrate are strongly associated with the First World War, as these paths in the rocks were traced to help the movements of troops at high altitude, so that they could ascend steep faces to reach the summit of the peaks and site strategic observation posts. You will discover a stunning via ferrata flawlessly equipped by the Alpine military. Possibility of lunch in shelter.The itinerary follows a never-too-exposed or vertical rocky dorsal, making the climb pleasant and fun. At the end of this spectacular ferrata you can reach a grassy meadow, from where you can admire an unforgettable panorama of the Dolomites: Antelao, Pelmo, Cinque Torri and Nuvolau, Croda da Lago, Civetta, Marmolada, Pale.
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Pricing per person:
With transfer – departure from Cortina
€ 260 based on 2 people
€ 140 based on 4 people
€ 100 based on 6 people
Note* What to bring: we recommend comfortable clothing suitable for the season, shoes appropriate to the activity. Bring a backpack with a spare t-shirt, wool sweater or fleece, a kw \ umbrella in case of a threat of rain, hat. We provide private transfer with English-speaking driver..
Lunch in shelter and cable car/chairlift not included
- Full day alpine local guide
- Private transfer and English speaking driver