3-day Via Ferrata Adventure in Dolomites, from Lake Garda
Duration: 3 days Medium
Why we love this tour
Climb along the Via delle Bocchette, one of the most famous via ferratas in the world, for incredible Dolomites exploration.
- 3 full days of exciting via ferrata climbs along Via delle Bocchette
- Explore the Dolomites, a UNESCO-protected site
- Scale intricate rock formations
- Gorgeous views
If one via ferrata course isn’t enough, challenge yourself on this three-day adventure of the famous and majorly impressive routes of the Via delle Bocchette. The narrow ledges and tall gorges of these routs in teh Brenta Dolomites in northern Italy have attracted climbers for over 85 years. The dynamic paths make for stunning views of this UNESCO-protected site. The following is your itinerary:
Day 1: Meet in Madonna di Campiglio with your guide to begin the journey. You first ride the Groste cable car to get to the first ferrata Sentiero Alfredo Benini. This route starts off steep with ladders and leads to some exposed ledge walking. Along the way, take in gorgeous views of high Brenta mountain peaks, like Cima Brenta, and magnificent glaciers. Walk down a path to arrive at the cabin Rifugio Tuckett, a mountain hut nestled among huge Brenta massifs. Stay the night for dinner and hear myths of the region from your guide. Ascent: 500m; Descent: 500m; Walking time: 4.5 hours
Day 2: After leaving the hut, pass through the Bocca di Tuckett (Mouth of the Tuckett) to climb Via delle Bocchette Centrali. Many have labeled it most beautiful ferrata in the Brenta Dolomites. The wild exposed ledges offer fantastic scenery over the jagged peaks of the pale rocky mountains. Continue on to explore the sharp vertical rocks of the Campanile Basso mountain. Stay overnight for dinner in Rifugio Alimonta. Ascent: 300m; Descent: 300m; Walking time: 5.5 hours
Day 3: From the hut, take the trip's most challenging, most panoramic, and most famous route. The Bocchette Alte route begins with steep ladders and continues on ledges along the Cima Brenta mountain. Ascend up the zigzag path to climb along the Cima Vallesinella mountain. The excellent exposure of the route brings you to incredible views of the Dolomites. End the route in the town of Molveno sitting on a turquoise lake. Then, you travel back to Madonna di Campiglio. Ascent: 300m; Descent: 1700m; Walking time: 6 hours
The Dolomites host many via ferrata climbs, but the most legendary of all the routes is certainly the Via delle Bocchette. Explore these famous via ferratas for an unbeatable experience in Italy's unique mountain range.
Need to know before you go
Minimum group size is 4 participants and a maximum of 6.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
Via ferrata experience is useful but not required.
Participants should have decent fitness and endurance with the ability to hike 5-7 hours on hilly ground with steep verticals. All participants carry a backpack along the trip.
Recommended pocket cash for daily expenses is around 30€ per day.
You may bring your own via ferrata climbing equipment or borrow anything you need (including harness, helmet and ropes, slings, carabiners, and VF shock absorber).
What to bring? Layers for the variable mountain climate including a warm jacket and t-shirt and shorts. Please also bring a water bottle and snacks.
Always remember to wear sunscreen!
Your booking will become valid after we receive your payment and send you a confirmation email.
You can cancel up to 72 hours in advance with 100% reimbursement.
There is no reimbursement for later cancellations. In case of cancellation from our side due to bad weather, we will return your payment in full.
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