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Via Ferrata in Canazei

Ascend picturesque alpine cliffs and discover strong local flavors

Huge alpine peaks guard the northern commune of Canazei. Their slopes drop down into glacial lakes that reflect the rocky cliffs like a mirror. The pristine beauty of the Fassa Valley offers charm, iconic wildlife symbolic of a vibrant mountainside, and the rich local Ladin culture. Visit all-year round for different conditions of via ferrata climbing.

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There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Canazei

The landscape of northern Italy is a collection of raw natural beauty. Home of the region of Trentino, the stellar commune of Canazei rests at the foothills of the gigantic peak of the Dolomites, Marmolada, which rises to 3,343 meters above sea level. All of nature’s treasures merge around the commune, the perfect jumping off point to explore the wilderness.


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Italian and Ladin

Best time to visit

Visit all-year round for different conditions of via ferrata climbing

What’s the weather like?

The region of Trentino receives a largely alpine climate at higher altitudes, with short warm summers and cold long winters

More info about Via Ferrata in Canazei:

Located in the northeast of Italy in the region of Trentino is the commune of Canazei, which rests in the upper reaches of the Val di Fassa, at the foothills of the Sella mountain group, as well as Marmolada, the highest mountain in the Dolomites. As such, Canazei is the perfect springboard to launch yourself into the rugged and wild northern mountainside. The commune still holds ancient annual celebrations such as the Great Summer Feast


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