The Lake Garda area is an ideal location for those who want to tackle this activity. There are via ferratas of all difficulties and lengths.
The via ferratas Colodri in Arco and Rio Sallagoni in Drena are perfect for beginners, both routes are short and allow to gain confidence with the environment and the gear used: a ferrata set, made of a harness and carabiners. Experienced hikers can try more challenging and longer routes such as 'Via Ferrata Che Guevara' at Monte Casale, 'Via Ferrata dell'Amicizia' at Cima Capi, the extraordinary “Smugglers path” overlooking the Garda Lake, also referred to as 'Sentiero dei Contrabbandieri'. The real experts can try the ferratas of Monte Albano in Mori and the Pisetta al Piccolo Dain, considered among the most difficult routes in the area. The Via Ferratas located around Arco and the Sarca valley are the ideal staring point for those whishing to tackle the Via Ferrata routes available in the Brenta group and the Dolomites. Our Mountain Guides will be happy to accompany you to these locations, on one or more day trips, with overnights in local mountain huts.