Date: 29 April - 05 May
The Iron ways around Lake Garda area vary considerably and range from deep gorges to open buttresses and fine ridges.
Date: 27 May - 02 June
One of the greatest thrills a hiker can have is to walk or climb a via ferrata, the “iron paths” in the surrounding of Merano. Traveling on a via ferrata is a different way of enjoying the sheer magnificence of the mountains, providing access to places normally reserved for rock climbers and mountaineers. In this awesome mountain environment, you will be stopped in your tracks by amazing views, from a perspective that few have the opportunity to experience.
|Sun.||Arriving to Merano|
|Mon.||Via Ferrata Burrone Giovanelli|
|Tue.||Via Ferrata Rio Secco|
|Wed.||Via Ferrata Fennberg|
|Thu.||Via Ferrata Heinz Holzer to the Monte Ivigna, high above Merano|
|Fri.||Via Ferrata in the Sarche vally or Dolomiti, depending on the weather conditions|
Date: 08 - 14 Juli
Climbing in the Dolomite Mountains is the most glorious adventure you can think of! Once you have climbed their towering heights, challenging ridges and summits, one of the most beautiful mountain views are waiting for you!
Date: 22 - 28 July
The world famous Vie Ferrate (“iron ways”) of the Dolomites are well protected itineraries with wire cables for safety, iron rods and steps fixed to the rock allowing non-climbers an easier approach to the mountains. To make this fascinating “game” even safer, you will need simple mountaineering equipment such as a harness, helmet, some rope and a few karabiners. Your guide will teach you how to use the equipment and give you hints on climbing techniques; each day we will discover an exciting new Route in complete security. Our Via Ferrata holidays provide an opportunity to learn the ropework skills required for the safe use of this type of route, and also provide guided ascents of some of the most classic routes in the Dolomites such as the Pisciadu, Oskar Schuster, Marmolada and others in the area.
Date: 26 August - 01 September
This beautiful trek through the Southern Alps in the Brenta mountain range is the ideal opportunity for anyone how likes Via Ferrata and wanting a new challenge. On our journey from one mountain hut to the next, we venture deep into this vast mountain range, using the large network of ladders and high-level trails like the classic Via Ferrata routes through Via delle Bocchette, constructed in 1930.