Date: 16 - 22 June and 06 - 12 Oktober
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 Dolomites, depending on the weather conditions|
Date: 14 - 20 July
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.
Date: 15 - 21 September
A via ferrate week and at the same time crossing from the Rosengarten group to Schlern via via ferratas with overnight stays in wonderfully situated huts in the spectacular scenery of the Dolomites. Rugged towers and rocks, steep iron ladders and breathtaking views promise a dream week in the heart of the Dolomites.
Date: 29 September - 05 Oktober
Everything a true "Ferrarista" needs are sun, mountains and breathtaking iron ways: this is exactly what the via ferrata paradise offers in the north of Lake Garda in the Sarchetal. The center is located in the picturesque town of Arco where climbers meet climbing enthusiasts from all over the world and after the tour, the cappuccino awaits us on the lively square in front of the Gelateria. The Iron ways around Lake Garda area vary considerably and range from deep gorges to open buttresses and fine ridges.