You feel the adrenaline on the overhang, the strength in your arms on the wall, the tingling tension of your body and the concentration of your mind. Around you, the silence of the mountains is broken only by the wind and the clanking of the carabiners. Your breath determines everything: your pace and the rhythm of the whole day. While you take the next step on the via ferratas in the Brenta Dolomites, the spectacular views of the Dolomiti Paganella appear before you again and again.
It is not for nothing that the via ferratas in the rugged, unique landscape of the Dolomites in Trentino, northern Italy, are described as the ‘Kingdom of Rocks’. The steep, rocky slopes and narrow passages on the mountain alternate with fine paths across plateaus and green ribbons. For your next climbing adventure, we have selected the most spectacular and challenging via ferratas in the Brenta Dolomites, where you can get to know this unique landscape.
The via ferratas in the Dolomiti Paganella are secured with cables and steel ropes, iron ladders and other fixed anchorages such as wooden walkways or suspension bridges. Despite the exposed positions and demanding routes, the rocky or difficult passages are easily manageable. Nevertheless, suitable equipment consisting of carabiners, climbing harnesses, crampons, ice axes and helmets are indispensable. Before each Tour, check the weather conditions, especially the Brenta fog. If you don't want to explore the Dolomites on your own, you can also be accompanied by an experienced mountain guide who will explain and guide you through everything important on and around the mountain.
Good starting points for Tours on the via ferratas of the Brenta Dolomites are places like Molveno, Andalo, San Lorenzo Dorsino and other towns in the Dolomiti Paganella region. You can spend the night at lofty heights in rustic huts and let yourself be spoilt by Italian hospitality in the evening. You will find suitable accommodation in the vicinity and directly at the start and end points of the via ferratas. This way, the via ferrata routes can also be combined into multi-day Tours – or you can get to know the Dolomites intensively during a six-day Tour on the Via delle Normali.
Either way, the Brenta Dolomites are guaranteed to make your climbing heart beat faster. This is ensured not only by the good belays, but also by highlights such as narrow suspension bridges that lead you to places like the Eagle's Throne. Break through your limits and get close to heaven in the Dolomites.
The entire Trentino in view from one point: This is only possible from a unique place - the eagle throne. The natural viewing terrace awaits you on the summit of the Paganella at an altitude of 2,125 meters. You can reach this special panoramic view via one of the most spectacular via ferratas in the…
The Bocchette Alte via ferrata is part of the well-known Bocchette Trail, which takes climbers through the Brenta Dolomites in four days. But the individual stages are also a great pleasure for climbers. One of them is the Bocchette Alte.
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The Bocchette path is one of the most famous via ferratas in Europe. It leads over four daily stages through the Brenta Dolomites and repeatedly opens up unique views of the mountain panorama. The individual stages can also be mastered wonderfully as solo tours. Like the Bocchette Centrali, which forms…
The Via Ferrata Felice Spellini is the newest via ferrata in the Brenta Dolomites. A good starting point for the via ferrata is the Refugio Tosa, which you can reach on foot from Molvena or Vallesinella in four to five hours. At the end of the climb, the Rifugio Alimonta is waiting for you.
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An adventurous route that combines climbing and trekking with you on a multi-day tour through the Dolomites: this is the Via delle Normali. On six stages you will experience ten spectacular peaks of the Brenta Dolomites, grandiose climbing passages, but also relaxing hiking trails and great mountain…
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