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3-day via ferrata trip in Via delle Bocchette

Brenta Dolomites
via ferrata Italy

Join Renzo, an IFMGA certified mountain guide, for an exciting via ferrata adventure on the Via delle Bocchette located in the beautiful Brenta Dolomites, Italy.


3 Days

Jun - Sep




Join me for this spectacular adventure to the heart of the Brenta Dolomites, Italy. This incredible 3-day via ferrata trip in Via delle Bocchette is full of stunning sceneries, vertiginous walls, metal stairs and aerial ledges; all the necessary ingredients for a fun and exciting time.

We’ll meet in Vallesinella parking lot and go to Madonna di Campiglio. We’ll ascend through the Nardis falls and then under the Corna Rossa walls, finishing at the Tukett refuge. On the second day, we’ll ascend Cima Vallesinella and the Cima Brenta. Our reward will be the breathtaking views of the Spallone dei Massodi and the surrounding peaks. We’ll also ascend Bocca Alta dei Massodi, Cima Molveno, and finish at the Alimonta Refuge. Finally, on our third and last day, we’ll go through Torre di Brenta, Central Bocchette, the Figari trail, Campanile Alto, Campanile Basso and others. Some of the climbs require crampons and an ice axe.

This trip can be combined with an ascent to some 4,000m mountain in the Alps such as Pizzo Bernina, Monte Rosa and Mont Blanc.

Send your message now and get ready for a challenging, fun and beautiful climb on the Via delle Bocchette in the impressive Brenta Dolomites. This will be a trip you’ll never forget.

There are other options to enjoy The Italian Alps, as well. I offer freeride skiing day-tours and a ski touring weekend. Be sure to check them out.

Price includes

- Guiding fee


What is via ferrata?

Via ferrata, Italian for "iron path," is a protected climbing route consisting of a series of metal cables, ladders, and steps attached to the rock to assist climbers.

What is the difficulty level of this Via delle Bocchette via ferrata trip?

The Via delle Bocchette route varies in difficulty, but overall, it's considered moderate to challenging. Some sections may require physical strength and a head for heights.

Can I combine this trip with ascents to other mountains in the Alps?

Yes, this trip can be combined with ascents to other peaks in the Alps, such as Pizzo Bernina, Monte Rosa, or Mont Blanc. However, additional planning, preparation, and possibly extra days will be required for these ascents.

What's included in the price?

The guiding fee is included in the cost of the tour.

When is the best season for this via ferrata trip?

The ideal time to take this trip is during the summer months of June through September.

What are some recommended accommodations near our adventure location?

We understand that finding the perfect place to stay is an essential part of your adventure experience. To help you with this, we’ve curated a list of three highly recommended hotels that offer comfort, convenience, and a touch of local charm. These accommodations are well-suited for adventurers looking to relax and rejuvenate after an exciting day of exploration
Hotel Baita Clementi Bormio Italy
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Gran Baita Hotel & Wellness Bormio Italy
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Hotel Funivia Bormio Italy
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About the guide

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Mountain Guide

I am Guide for over 20 years. I was born and raised in the mountains. I love all the activities from freeride skiing to ski mountaineering, climbing on ice and rock, mountains are a place that continue to give me great emotions that I like to share with the people I accompany. I love contact with nature


Italian | French | English

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What people are saying about Renzo



Guide is very safety kind. but we very tired so can't Refugio. very enjoyed Piz Bernina vadnet Pers Thank you nice guiding !



Our guide Renzo went above and beyond! He adapted perfectly to our level of experince and fitness, took us on an amazing scramble around thr mountains, and even took lots of photos and made coffee for us!



A very interesting tour of Piz Bernina with a mixture of snow/glacier and rock climbing. Definitely not easy though and requires a good head for heights. Renzo is a very good guide and has an excellent knowledge of the area and the climbing sections. As a result, we were able to quickly climb the final section from the hut and had the summit all to ourselves.



Snow and weather conditions were poor to say the least, but Renzo was a top guide and the tour we did was a good adventure!



Renzo was a lovely guide. We had a good day out and he was experienced. We would have liked a more calm pace though, some time to sit down, have a snack or a lunch in the fantastic environment. The pace was a bit fast for that.

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