Join one of the IFMGA-certified guides of Gruppo Guide Alpine Cortina and take a day to conquer one of the most exciting and thrilling via ferrata courses in the Dolomites: the Via Ferrata Giuseppe Olivieri at Punta Anna.
Follow the southern edge of Punta Anna and its thrilling vertical buttress.
Participate in a classic via ferrata in the iconic Dolomites.
Learn invaluable techniques and skills from a certified local guide.
The Dolomites in Italy have a storied history as the iconic location for via ferrata. Garnering attention for their role in the First World War, they have since achieved legendary status for their classic climbs along unique sedimentary crags. Punta Anna and the surrounding summits of the Tofane are chockfull of delectable via ferrata lines of the highest order, including the Giuseppe Olivieri.
Your program takes advantage of this amazing location to give you the climb of your life! The Giuseppe Olivieri Via Ferrata provides unimaginable panoramas from its airy and exposed route, amalgamating action-packed routes with the stunning aesthetics of the Dolomites. It is a top-tier ferrata with just enough difficulty to make the reward extra satisfying.
Rising to 2,731 meters, Giuseppe Olivieri follows Punta Anna to the south, an impressive vertical reach bordering the Tafana di Mezzo. It will take you along the edge of the rock, with additional opportunities to combine with other routes, including an extension to the ridge towards Terza Torre Pomedes.
Private tours are also available for ambitious adventurers who want to immerse themselves in the Tofane and the Dolomites. I can plan a captivating program designed for your skills and schedule that will be as electrifying as it is memorable.
This route is great for experienced hikers and those looking for an adrenaline-pumping via ferrata. The exposure makes it as exhilarating as it is stunning. It requires standard via ferrata equipment, though snow supplements will be provided as necessary. You should have a considerable fitness level to participate in this program. It normally takes roughly five hours to complete.
This area is near and dear to my heart, and I would love to share my passion with you. We can dominate the Giuseppe Olivieri Via Ferrata in a safe and fulfilling manner, with plenty of time to take in the sights and revel in our victory. Our goal is to have fun, and I will ensure you never forget this amazing experience.
Book this Italian day program IMMEDIATELY and discover why the Giuseppe Olivieri Via Ferrata is an instant climbing classic in the heart of the Dolomites!
If you are interested in a private tour or a 1+ day guided via ferrata tour in the Dolomites, it would be my pleasure and I am at your service!
You will need to bring hiking boots, backpack fleece and rain jacket. Gloves will be useful, but not mandatory.
We will meet at Rifugio Dibona or Rifugio Pomedes. Contact me upon booking for further instructions regarding our meeting location.
Other gear: Hiking boots, clothis, food.
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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Group of 1
|EUR 310 each|
Group of 2
|EUR 165 each|
Group of 3
|EUR 124 each|
Group of 4
|EUR 98 each|
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• Guiding fee
• This is the price to join one of my group tours. The price includes the guiding fee. Harness, helmet and via ferrata kit are included in the fee.
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.
Enrico is the best! Very nice and respectful person, easy to talk to and patient. Highly recommended