Explore-Share logo and link to home

Via Ferrata in Gran Paradiso National Park

Discover the summit and slopes of Italy’s highest peak from the iron path!

Explore the Gran Paradiso massif and surrounding mountains and valleys on via ferrata. Make some exciting climbs you wouldn’t be able to do otherwise and get the chance to see some of the park’s native wildlife. “Compare and book a certified guide for your Gran Paradiso National Park Via Ferrata trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Gran Paradiso National Park Via Ferrata selection. The mountains are calling!

Top via ferrata trips | Gran Paradiso National Park:


There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Gran Paradiso National Park

Gran Paradiso National Park is an incredibly scenic spot in northern Italy. Climbing via ferrata gets you up into the mountains and gives you a chance to see the incredible valleys, glaciers, mountains, forests and lakes below. Enjoy some of the most stunning scenery on offer in Italy and get a chance to see local wildlife too.


Good to know:

Country Code:






Best time to visit:

May to September

How to get there:

Most via ferrata trips to Gran Paradiso National Park begins with a flight into the international airports of Turin (TRN) or Geneva (GVA). From here, buses, trains and rental car are all easily accessible and get you to your final destination without too much trouble

What’s the weather like?

During the summer, average temperatures range from 20ºC to 25ºC, with the hottest months being July and August. In this region, mist occurs almost every day in the summer as it is the wettest part of the western Alps. However, there are also plenty of sunny and clear days available for you to enjoy the view as well

More info about Via Ferrata in Gran Paradiso National Park:

Gran Paradiso National Park sits in between the Aosta Valley and Piedmont Region along the French Border. Home to Gran Paradiso, the highest peak solely within Italy, as well as many other of the Graian Alps, the park is a hotspot for via ferrata adventures. While the crown jewel is obviously the ‘iron path’ that leads up the massif, there are various others as well. Via ferratas to the summits of Gran Serraz (3.553 meters) and Mont Emilius (3.559 meters) are also quite popular on the massif. Meanwhile, the nearby Béthaz – Bovard and Ferrata di Casimiro are both excellent options for newcomers to the sport who want to test out their skills before challenging themselves on the massif


Related Articles

Need help discovering your next adventure?



Find more via ferrata trips in Italy


Join our newsletter!

Stay up-to-date on the best adventures.