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1+ day Guided Via Ferrata Tour in the Dolomites

The Dolomites of Italy are full of amazing via ferratas that you can enjoy for one, or several days, with one of our IFMGA certified guides.


1 Day

Jun, Jul, Aug, Sep, Oct




* Choose from a long list of great via ferratas in the Dolomites of Italy.

* From beginners to experts, there is a great via ferrata for everybody.

* Enjoy incredible views of the Dolomites from seemingly unthinkable positions.


When it comes to via ferrata, there are few, if any places in the world that offer better, and more via ferratas than the Dolomites of Italy.

Dating back to World War 1, several of the via ferratas found throughout the Dolomites were actually used during the war by soldiers as a means to reach the ridges more easily. And now, decades later, they are used by tourists and climbers to enjoy some of the best views in this majestic mountain range.

Full of fixed ropes, ladders, steps, bridges and vertical passages, via ferratas are a truly unique means to explore the mountains. And while they may seem, and at times feel, precarious, you can rest assured that you will be safe and properly guided every step of the way.

We offer a long list of different via ferratas you can visit in the Dolomites. That list includes the following spots.

  • Cesco Tomaselli

  • Degli Alpini

  • Ettore Bovero

  • Formenton

  • G. Olivieri Alla Punta Anna

  • Gianni Aglio

  • Giovanni Barbara

  • Giovanni Lipella

  • Kaiserjager

  • Monte Averau

  • Ra Bujela

  • Ra Gusela

  • Rene de Pol

  • Ra Pegna

  • Sci Club 18

  • Strobel

  • Terza Cengia

Each one of these via ferratas will offer you a different experience, as well as different views of the Dolomites. Furthermore, the difficulty levels are as varied as the list itself. As a result, everybody from children and families to climbing experts can have a thrilling adventure.

Enjoying a via ferrata in the Dolomites of Italy is an experience you will never forget. And if you would like to enjoy it for yourself, all you have to do is send us a request, and let’s find the right one for you!

Price includes

- Guiding fee


More info

Participants should bring the following items: harness, helmet and gloves.

Meeting point

The meeting point will depend on which via ferrata you choose.

About the guide

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Gruppo Guide



Mountain Guide

We are a group of local guides based in the heart of the Dolomites. From our home base here in Cortina d'Ampezzo, we are proud to carry on centuries-old mountaineering traditions through our work each and every day.

As locals, we know this region like the back of our hand. Guiding is our passion, and we are eager to share our knowledge and expertise with you.

We absolutely love what we do and would be delighted to be your guide.


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What people are saying about this trip



The trip itself and Refaelo the guide was great and they even gave a refund for my daughter who didn't participate at last due to sickness. But All the corresponding before the trip was bad. No details were given about the ferrata and not even about the meeting point and time. It took a lot of time to get answers for my questions and sometimes didn't get any.

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