Via ferrata routes have different levels of difficulty: all you need is the desire to climb to the top, with enthusiasm and curiosity
Via ferrata (Fixed-rope) are routes equipped to facilitate the safe ascent of a rock face: a tensioned steel cable, connected by bolts anchored in the rock, stirrups, rungs, ladders and Tibetan bridges.
A mountaineering discipline that is accessible to all, a preliminary to free climbing, it is mainly vertical and allows you to reach high peaks and destinations.
Accompanied by professional mountain guides and dressed in the appropriate technical equipment, you will be able to approach seemingly inaccessible walls, even without any previous experience of alpine climbing.
Easy Via Ferrata Colodri in Arco on Lake GardaLake Garda - North coast - Arco
A wonderful outdoor experience halfway between climbing and hiking with a professional mountain guide
Via Ferrata of Cima Capi in Garda TrentinoLake Garda - North coast - Arco
An outdoor experience somewhere between climbing and hiking, with a professional mountain guide
Via Ferrata Rio Sallagoni in Garda TrentinoLake Garda - North coast - Dro
An outdoor experience halfway between hiking and climbing with a professional mountain guide
Scrambling: the Smugglers' Trail at Lake GardaLake Garda - North coast - Pregasina
A mountaineering route suitable for those with a steady step and a solid heart
Scrambling: the Scaliger Trail in TignaleLake Garda - West coast - Tignale
A mountaineering route for those with a steady step and a solid heart
Via Ferrata Spigolo della Bandiera at Monte SpinoLake Garda - West coast - Gardone Riviera
An outdoor experience somewhere between hiking and climbing with a professional mountain guide