A via ferrata is a perfect alternative for people who want more than just walking uphill but who don’t fancy the
thrill of rock climbing. These iron ladder path allow mountain walkers to follow spectacular routes that would normally have needed considerable
climbing skills. An experienced Alpine Guide will go together with you and teach you the basic techniques. This will help you to become
skilful in order to enjoy these open walking and scrambling routes in safety.
For children from 8 to 14 we offer special easy ways in the Dolomites and around the Garda Lake: Cirspitzen, Masare/Rotwand, Burrone Canyon
Just below the skywalk you find the training- and family via ferrata “KNOTT”. The access and the descent are short, so the via ferrata is easy to reach. The via ferrata "KNOTT" has one short connector route, a 20 m long suspended bridge, two steep ladders and four routes. The four routes "Sally", "Turtle", "Affele" and "Rocky" show simple routes, difficult passages, exposed tracks and technical sections.
Family rock climbing is a great way to experience the adventure of rock climbing, under the close supervision of a certified mountain guide. This program is for families with kids age 14 and younger who are looking to learn a new sport or just get outside for the day to try something new. The small, but noble climbing garden called 'Burgstollknott' in Partschins is suitable for beginners.
The small, but noble climbing garden called 'Burgstollknott' in Partschins is suitable for beginners. You will learn climbing techniques on rock, get familiar with knots and we practice abseiling as well as belay techniques. It is an ideal day especially for children and teenagers with no previous experience required.