Unique moments during the climbs on the Dolomite peaks

Explore the Dolomites Via Ferrata

Are you ready for a challenging adventure? Hike and climb through the Via Ferrata of the Dolomites!

View of the valley during the ascent of Pisciadù in Alta Badia
  • Destination Dolomites – between Alta Badia & Cortina d’Ampezzo
  • Difficulty level intermediate/difficult
  • Duration 5 nights/6 days
  • Bespoke trip & group departure
  • Possible Departure dates mid-June – mid-September
  • See Group departure dates other dates on request
  • Please note: Itinerary subject to changes due accommodation availability
Day 1

Arrival in Alta Badia

Upon arrival, you'll check in to your family-run bed and breakfast, where you can relax and settle in. Depending on what time you arrive, we can organize a short trip briefing with a member of our team, to help you get oriented and start your adventures.
From Forcella to the Sassongher Summit, Val Badia, Italy
Day 2

Easy-medium Via Ferrata day “to acclimatize”

This morning, you'll meet with your UIAGM/IFMGA professional mountain guide for a short technical briefing. Once you've discussed your previous experience, the guide will select an ideal Via Ferrata, for example, the Via Ferrata of the Piccolo and Grande Cir, the Via Ferrata Les Cordes, or Averau and Nuvolau, to brush up on basic techniques before taking on more challenging routes in the following days. While the first Via Ferrata may be easier than the others, you can be sure that there will be no shortage of stunning views, making it a great way to ease into your Dolomites adventure. With the help of your guide, you'll be able to push yourself to new heights and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Woman on a Via Ferrata at Falzarego Pass in the Dolomites
Day 3

Experience some of the most beautiful Via Ferratas of the Dolomites

Depending on how your first day of Via Ferrata climbing goes, you and your guide will decide with you, which Via Ferrata routes to climb (i.e: Via Ferrata Alpini al Col dei Bos, Ferrata Strobel at Punta Fiames). Each Via Ferrata is different and offers unrivaled views. For an unforgettable mountain experience, we plan to spend 1 or 2 nights in a mountain hut. This will be the perfect way to witness a breathtaking sunset with the alpenglow while sipping on a glass of good Italian wine. It's a truly unforgettable experience that you won't want to miss.

A small group conquering a Via Ferrata in the Lagazuoi Area, Dolomites
Day 4

Via ferrata Lipella

Via Ferrata Lipella is an exhilarating climbing experience in the Italian Dolomites. With its stunning views and challenging terrain, this via ferrata is not for the faint of heart. The route follows a steep and exposed ridge, with sections of vertical climbing and narrow ledges. You'll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and valleys along the way. It's a truly unforgettable experience that will test your physical and mental limits, but leave you with a sense of accomplishment and awe.

Unforgettable moments on via ferrata in the Dolomites
Day 5

Via Ferrata Tommaselli

Via Ferrata Tommaselli is a thrilling mountaineering challenge that requires a certain level of technical skill and physical fitness. The route was named after Rino Tommaselli, an expert mountaineer who made significant contributions to the development of via ferrata routes in the Dolomites.

The via ferratas allow you to climb the Dolomite walls in absolute safety
Day 6

Departure

Breakfast and departure on your own (private transfer on request)

The Dolomite peaks, a Unesco natural heritage
Moments during the traverse of a via ferrata in the Dolomites

Costs included

  • Trip development and booking of services
  • Trip briefing on arrival day
  • Local English-speaking UIAGM/IFMGA professional mountain guide for 4 days,
  • 3 night accommodation a 3*Family run B&B in Alta Badia with breakfast,
  • 2-night accommodation at mountain huts (private/shared dormitory – depending on availability) with half-board,
  • Via ferrata equipment
  • transfers to reach the starting points for the Via Ferratas
  • map of the area
  • Italian VAT & tourist taxes

Costs not included

Airfare, trains, buses, insurance, drinks, lunches, dinners (except at the mountain huts), food & beverage during the excursions, funicular/cable, tips, private expenses, souvenirs, bike rental, and anything NOT mentioned in “cost included”.

Additional information

Please note, that all guided tours may be subject to changes, depending on:

  • weather conditions
  • the physical condition and ability of each participant
  • equipment and clothing not suitable for the excursion (e.g. sneakers instead of mountain boots, clothing not suited to the weather conditions...)
  • extreme sports are risky sports, at your own risk
  • the itinerary doesn’t include any travel or health insurance

Services on request

  • airport in/out transfers,
  • holiday extensions,
  • helicopter flights over the Dolomites
  • dinners at special locations
  • single supplements at hotels/B&B/mountain huts

For any further requests, do not hesitate to contact us!

Dates and availability

02 Jul 2024 - 07 Jul 2024 Still available
03 Sep 2024 - 08 Sep 2024 Still available
From1980€
Cost per person:
2 persons – on request
3 - 4 persons - starting at € 1.980,00
Guide ratio 1: 4 – for the medium via ferrata
Guide ratio 1: 3 – for the difficult via ferrata

Please note: in the high season period July & August the cost can raise between 6 – 12% of the given cost.