Ferrata Che Guevara

Popular and long via ferrata located in the Sarca valley, it offers spectacular wide-ranging views throughout the climb. Perfect in spring and autumn.

€ 145


Full day




Min. 2 max. 4


All year

Although the Via Ferrata Che Guevara is not particularly hard, it is very long both uphill and downhill and it requires good physical fitness and stamina.
Given the exposure it is advisable to tackle it in spring, early summer or autumn.

Via ferrata Che Guevara itinerary

The via ferrata that Guevara develops from Pietramurata to the top of Monte Casale, with a difference in height of 1400m, along the imposing east face of the mountain.

We leave the van at the entrance to the town of Pietramurata, we wear our gear and head towards the start of the climb, along a well marked path. The path ascend into the woods with some rather steep and tiring sections, and in about 20 minutes it leads to the first metal cable. We climb on easy rocks, alternating stretches of path and stretches of via ferrata, to reach the real beginning of the via ferrata, about 1.20 hours from the parking lot.

The Via Ferrata develops along the steep east face of Monte Casale, without ever being too demanding. The numerous steps and metal brackets make the progression pleasant and not particularly strenuous.

During the climb, the numerous ledges allow you to make comfortable rest stops and to take some magnificent photos of the lakes Toblino, Cavedine and Garda, as well as Monte Stivo, Bondone and Baldo that appear on the horizon as you gain altitude. On reaching the top of Monte Casale, on the opposite side, the nearby Brenta Group completes the "gallery" of landscapes. A well-deserved stop at Rifugio Don Zio awaits, before we set off for the descent.

This can be done either along the comfortable forest road that takes us back to Sarche (in about 3 hours), or along path 408-426 towards Comano. This second option is faster but more demanding.

Costs conditions and materials

Each Guide can take a maximum of 4 people.

Included in the fee: the Guide service, the rental of technical equipment necessary for the activity, and the transfer from Arco.

Not included in the fee: anything not mentioned in "included".

Equipment provided by Mountime: harness, helmet and ferrata set.

Personal equipment: sports clothes, trekking or sport shoes, backpack with water, a packed lunch and snacks. The day is long, make sure you take plenty of water.