Via Ferrata trips – Italy

Discover the marvelous mountains of Italy when you climb up them on the iron path!

Top Via Ferrata Trips in Italy

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

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Whether you have never climbed via ferrata before or are a seasoned pro, Italy is full of ample options perfectly suited for all types of climbers.

While most of the country’s via ferrata climbing are centered on the Alps and its various subranges, there are plenty of other options throughout the rest of the country too.

Farther south, in Tuscany, Monte Forato offers an easy one-day via ferrata that is picturesque and perfect for both beginners as well as families.

On the island of mountainous island Sardinia, there are also plenty of other via ferrata options. The via ferrata del Cabirol on Cape Caccia provides simply stunning views out over the sea, while farther inland, via ferrata Giorre provides more great views out over the middle of the island.

On the eatsern side of the boot, the Apennines also provide some more low-key climbing options, perfect for getting some great views and avoiding the crowds.

 

 

 

Good to Know

 

What’s the weather like?

During the summer, northern Italy can get quite hot in the valleys, but become more mild with higher altitudes. Rain is uncommon during this season, though more frequent in the autumn. Sardinia has a Mediterranean climate and is generally warm all year long. The summers can be quite hot with a very strong sun. Rain is not uncommon in the spring.

How to get there:

Most via ferrata trips in Italy will begin with flights into the international airports of either Milan (MXP), Turin (TRN), Venice (VCE) of Geneva (GVA). From here, buses, trains and rental car are all easily accessible and get you to your final destination without too much trouble.

Language:

Italian

Country Code:

+39

Currency:

Euro

Best time to visit:

May to September

 

 

 

 

 

What People are Saying

  • 72 reviews

 

Marco was an excellent guide! Our communication before, during and after the tour was excellent which helped us be very well prepared and enjoy our adventure. Furthermore, he was very well prepared and supported us thought the tour. I\'d highly recommend this tour with Marco!
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Elena Ntagka
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Stan Lubin
Enrico was a terrific guide - super friendly, very knowledgable & a fun guy. He\'s also a good photographer to help capture some pics when you\'re up on the via ferrata! Would recommend him to anyone looking for a guide in the area.
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Chris Huffman
Etienne guided us on a special via Ferrata that was tailored to our needs based on our location in the Dolomites and our experience as beginners. He was very patient and helped us understand how to use the equipment and the best ways to climb the Via Ferrata. It was not too difficult, but definitely not for those who are less fit or afraid of heights. When we reached the top we had a good lunch and he explained he history of the area and of the Ladin culture. He even told us a local folklore. After we were done we decided to stay on the mountain and hike more. Etienne gave us a great recommendation for a trail that brought us to an unforgettable mountain pasture. Overall an experience of a lifetime!
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Julia Ponder
 

 

 

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