Via Ferrata trips – Cortina D’Ampezzo

Conquer the rocky walls of Cortina in the heart of the Dolomites and home to the via ferrata

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Located in the Veneto region of northern Italy, the commune of Cortina d’Ampezzo lies in an alpine valley in the heart of the Dolomite Mountains, in the southern Alps. As host of the 1956 Winter Olympics, it has gone on to established itself as a world-class resort. Its prime skiing slopes, stunning scenery, and quality trails and climbs, has made it a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts.




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Best time to visit

Visit between May and October for prime climbing conditions.

What's the weather like?

The summer months experience pleasant, warm temperatures, with an average minimum of 10°C and maximum of 25°C. Although most of the rainfall lands in July and August.


Italian, with many locals speaking Ampezzano.



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Etienne made the day absolutely amazing for the 3 of us. His communication before hand regarding meeting place and time was excellent. After a brief discussion regarding our previous experience we decided on a medium category Via Ferrata route. This was challenging for us and was exactly what we wanted. Etienne gave us great instruction both at the foot of the climb and once on it with great tips and encouragement . He also pointed out places of interest to us. He really made us feel secure and confident to take on the challenge and we would highly recommend Etienne for anyone looking to try their hand at Via Ferrata.
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Amanda Winter
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
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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Assy Mashta



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