An outdoor experience somewhere between climbing and hiking. The via ferratas are located in fascinating and wild places, the routes can be physically demanding and offer a strong emotional involvement, stimulated by exposure and management of one's own safety.
A mountain guide will lead you on this short but overall physically demanding via ferrata, guiding you in technique and helping you to manage your safety. This experience is suitable for beginners or those who have already tried other via ferratas but want to try out new routes and experience them together with a group of newcomers.
Completing a via ferrata provides considerable inner gratification and contributes to the strengthening of one's self-esteem; if done with friends, it fosters greater group harmony and the strengthening of the relationship between the participants, as well as experimentation with the concept of collaboration.
In this specific via ferrata on Cima Colodri, the route is simple and leads up to the summit of the mountain of the same name, with a height difference of 300 metres. The return is on a mix of paths and road that leads to the centre of the town of Arco and the starting point.
Lake Garda - North coast - Arco
Clothing and gear and other notes
Including: via ferrata set, harness and helmet. What to bring: technical sportswear suitable for the climate, rucksack with at least one litre of water, snack, hiking shoes or trainers with treaded soles. Smooth-soled shoes, sandals, slippers or flip-flops are not permitted. Sweatshirt and/or windbreaker required depending on the weather and season. Sunglasses and a hat with a visor are recommended.
Level of difficulty
Easy-medium, suitable for those practising the activity for the first time or wishing to improve the basic skills they already have.
Restrictions on participation
Categories excluded: people with physical disabilities, people in wheelchairs
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