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Some Via Ferratas may originate from the old WW1 routes, others may be purposely created to provide exciting experiences to mountain lovers, but for sure all of them allow to appreciate the incredible panoramas that the Dolomite mountains have to offer. The choice is endless: from the famous ‘Via Ferrata delle Bocchette’ in the heart of the Brenta group, to the recently built 'Via Ferrata delle Aquile' on the Paganella peak. From the several Via Ferratas available in the Eastern Dolomites such as the popular 'Via Ferrata Brigata Tridentina', to the more challenging route of the Marmolada Glacier. Don’t miss out the opportunity to try your favorite Via Ferrata accompanied by one of our qualified Mountain Guides. A unique and thrilling experience is guaranteed!
Are you a solo traveller or a small group of friends? No worries, join a group of outdoor sports lovers like you to practice one of these activities! You’ll have fun, meet new friends and explore the destination alongside a certified guide. Choose the Via Ferrata you want to do and book the experience!
Bocchette Alte & Bocchette Centrali
The Via Ferrata in the Brenta group are often very exposed and equipped with several vertical ladders. It’s important not to suffer vertigo. The Vie Ferrate Bocchette Alte & Centrali are not particularly demanding, but they both require a good level of fitness and endurance to sustain the length of these routes.
You can choose to do a 3 or 5 days itinerary, or just organise one one-day experience in one of the Bocchette.
Ferrata delle Aquile
Aerial, panoramic and demanding Via Ferrata unfolding at the foot of the Paganella peak - la Roda - offering a spectacular view of the Adige Valley, the Lakes' Valley and the Brenta Dolomites.
Very exposed, this Via Ferrata requires good arm strength and a lack of vertigo. This excursion can be considered challenging and destined for expert mountaineers.
The Marmolada ferrata is a route of great technical and scenic value. A fascinating itinerary that allows you to discover very different terrain: in addition to the via ferrata that runs on the west ridge of the Marmolada, mountaineers will have to cross the Vernel glacier and face the altitude of the Queen of the Dolomites. The route is not too demanding but offers satisfaction, emotions and grandiose views.
Ferrata delle Trincee
Via Ferrata delle Trincee is an equipped path that takes to the historical military positions of World War 1, joining culture, history, nature and landscapes in a fantastic day out in the heart of the Dolomites mountains, between the Marmolada glacier and the Sella Group.
An exciting ridge itinerary, technically quite demanding incredibly in the initial section.
The programme is very flexible to take into account weather conditions, activities level and endurance of the group.
A certified alpine guide
What's Not Included
Everything not specified in the paragraph “What is included”
These via ferratas are suitable to experienced hikers with previous via ferratas experience. The route runs along a ridge with exposed sections and must be undertaken in good weather conditions.
The date indicated may be subject to flexibility. If you would like to participate in the experience but cannot make it on the day indicated, write to us with the best date for you, and we will contact the guide for confirmation!
Join a group
Are you a solo traveller or a small group of friends? No worries, join a group of outdoor sports lovers like you to practice one of these activities! You’ll have fun, meet new friends and explore the destination alongside a certified guide.
Please DO NOT book your flights until this trip is confirmed. Most of our trips require a minimum number of participants to run. Wait for the status of the trip to be confirmed, and for more information go to the "How it works" section.
Mapo Tapo selects via ferratas and local partners with the utmost care. We can for any inaccuracies, however, accept no liability. Climbing is a risky sport that takes place in nature. Ultimately, you are fully responsible for the choices you make. Mapo Tapo recommends that anyone who does not have sufficient knowledge not to go outdoor alone.