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Climb the via ferrata of Delle Trincee to access the stunning Dolomite scenery as we face the front of the giant Marmolada (3,343 meters), the highest mountain in the Dolomites.
Known as the Queen of the Dolomites, Marmolada is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The via ferrata lies on the Padon crest, whose dark colour comes from its volcanic origins.
The recently-built via ferrata also gives stunning views of surrounding mountains.
Along the route of Delle Trincee (Italian for Way of the Trenches) we will discover several centuries-old Austrian outposts, relics from World War One.
We begin in the sleepy village of Arabba, catching a lift to Porta Vescovo. After an easy and fast approach, we start to ascend.
Once we are on the via ferrata of Delle Trincee we’ll begin to see the incredible views of Marmolada on one side and Piz Boe on the other.
Reserve your place among the majestic Dolomite mountains for a full-day via ferrata experience.
I was born and raised in Campitello, in Val di Fassa. I am a ski instructor and mountain guide.
My parents have always practiced mountaineering, both for leisure and business, and the apple doesn't fall far from the tree! Skiing and climbing were my favourite activities growing up.
As the years went by, I became more and more skilled and experienced under the watch of my father, both in techniques and safety measures. I learned the craft of mountain guide and ski instructor from him, since when his clients or students agreed, I would join them in the mountain.
But the true passion started when I moved to Tione for my studies.
I became ski instructor at 19 and mountain guide at 21.
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