Whether it is to cross a mountain group or to reach inaccessible peaks, the via ferratas allow you to reach the most hidden and mystical places. Venturing into the bowels of the Dolomites and other mountain ranges of the Alps is a powerful experience and offers glimpses and horizons that go beyond what can be experienced with a simple mountain hike.
The Italian Alps have a long tradition of via ferratas and the country have been at the heart of the development of these structures. Specifically, the monumental Sentiero delle Bocchette in the Brenta Dolomites made history thanks to the importance of the intervention for crossing one of the most fascinating mountain groups in Europe. For this reason, in all world languages (with the exception of German) there is no translation of the term "via ferrata" and it is always taken from Italian, as the mountains of the Belpaese have always been the home of this suggestive and exciting mountaineering experience.
Our programs offer via ferratas of all levels. Some are within reach of hikers making their first via ferrata experience, while others require more important preparation. In any case you will be accompanied by expert alpine guides who will introduce you to the use of the equipment and guide you to discover magical itineraries. However, some basic requirements remain fundamental, such as not suffering from vertigo at all.