A wide range of ferratas for individual and group excursions in Cortina
Ferrata Olivieri at Punta Anna to Tofana di Mezzo
This via ferrata is highly gratifying and exciting for its steepness and good exposure and offers unforgettable views of the nearby majestic Tofana di Rozes.
Ferrata Gianni Aglio to Tofana di Mezzo.
A technically and physically demanding via ferrata at an altitude of more than 2900 metres, that reaches the summit of Tofana di Mezzo, where you will enjoy a wonderful view.
Ferrata Formenton to Tofana di Mezzo and Tofana Terza
A spectacular via ferrata that, starting from the summit of Tofana di Mezzo, leads up to the nearby summit of Tofana di Dentro, or Tofana Terza.
Sentiero Ferrato Astaldi to Tofana di Mezzo
A fascinating itinerary on Tofana di Mezzo, that includes a long ledge with rocks of amazing colours that always leave the hikers astonished.
Grand Tour of Tofana di Mezzo
A long and demanding itinerary suitable for well-trained hikers, that links together three via ferratas: Ferrata Olivieri, Ferrata Gianni Aglio and Ferrata Formenton.
Ferrata Lipella to Tofana di Rozes
One of the most interesting and beautiful via ferratas of the Dolomites, this itinerary goes around and up the Tofana di Rozes through tunnels, steps and ledges to reach the summit at an altitude of 3225 metres.
Sentiero Ferrato to Grotta di Tofana
This excursion include the visit of Grotta di Tofana, a cave that has formed naturally into the dolomite rock (Dolomia Principale) and stretches out for approximately 300 metres with a fascinating and peculiar eight shape.
Tour of Tofana di Rozes
A fascinating itinerary that stretches around the majestic Tofana di Rozes, including the exciting ascent of the via ferrata Scala del Meneghel, that dates back to the beginning of XX century, and passing the vertiginous rock face north of Forcella Fontananegra.
Ferrata Alpini to Col dei Bos
This is a recently built via ferrata, perfectly equipped with pitons close to one another and shielded by plastic wedges. From the summit, you will enjoy a wonderful view of the Dolomites.
Ferrata Tomaselli to Punta Fanis Sud
A difficult and demanding via ferrata, with some steep and even suspended passages in a typical dolomitic environment. It is one of the most beautiful and sought-after itineraries of the area.
Ferrata Sci Club 18 to Monte Faloria
This via ferrata requires good physical fitness and training and some climbing experience, as it is the most technically demanding via ferrata of the Ampezzo basin. Recently built, it is perfectly equipped and safe.
Sentiero Ferrato Ivano Dibona to Monte Cristallo
A long and beautiful itinerary that includes bridges, ladders, crests, ledges and remains of the First World War, reaching various peaks and offering spectacular views of the Dolomites.
Ferrata to Cristallino
An easy and panoramic itinerary, suitable for children too, that includes the renowned Ponte Cristallo, a wooden suspension bridge hanging at an altitude of 3000 metres.
Ferrata to Monte Averau
An easy via ferrata, suitable for children and beginners, that leads up to the summit of Monte Averau, from where the landscape is magnificent.
Ferrata Ra Gusela to Monte Nuvolau
This itinerary is easy and suitable for children and families willing to try the via ferrata techniques. From the summit of Monte Nuvolau, it is possible to enjoy one of the most spectacular views of the whole Dolomites range.
Ferrata Strobel to Punta Fiames
This via ferrata is accessible from the very beginning to the very end of the season. It is one of the classic routes of the Ampezzo basin and offers an amazing view over Cortina and the Boite valley.
Sentiero dei Canyon e delle Cascate in Val di Fanes
A fascinating and varied itinerary, suitable for children and beginners, that includes two sections of easy via ferrata. The path goes along the stream Rio Fanes and through the woods, passing bridges, waterfalls and canyons. The most beautiful and peculiar part of the itinerary is the one behind two majestic waterfalls.
Ferrata Berti to Croda Marcora
A demanding itinerary that leads from Cortina d'Ampezzo to San Vito di Cadore, climbing up the steep rock face of Croda Marcora