Ferrata Tridentina

Mountaineering Highlight (Segment)

Recommended by 10 out of 10 people


  • Andreas

    The Pisciadu via ferrata is awesome - so it's a classic as well, so you're never alone ...
    In between there is a waterfall to which you can also go after the first (simpler) half, have a snack, cool off and watch the ants relax on the iron rope. You can also walk from here to the hut.
    The second part of the via ferrata is then a grade heavier (grade III) than the first, but very rewarding. Views and depths are full. And of course, at the end is the famous suspension bridge over a 10 m wide and 300 m deep gorge.
    Really great is also the Pisciadu hut: location, lodgings and the innkeepers - all 5 stars!

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    • June 19, 2016

  • Carina 🎿

    For the brave there is a great suspension bridge in dizzying heights. For the discontent too, unless you want it all the way back :)

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    • December 4, 2016

  • Andrea

    One of the most famous ferrata in Trentino and Italy. Could be very very crowded in summer with long cue on the rope

    • January 16, 2017

  • Andrea

    From dedicated parking close to Passo Gardena this difficult and long ferrata (track with ropes) brings to the top to the Rifugio Cavazza and its Pisciadu lake. Right equipment is needed and it's very croudy during summer. From the top wonderful view of Puez-Odle and Fanes and also Cristallo and Tofane of Cortina.
    Difficulty: very high
    Evaluation: 9 out of 10

    • January 18, 2017

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Location: South Tyrol, Italy


  • Distance1.65 mi
  • Uphill2,850 ft
  • Downhill1,000 ft

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