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Via Ferrata in the Italian Alps

Enjoy an awe-inspiring Via Ferrata adventure in the Italian Alps! Find a certified guide on Explore-share.com and let them lead you to the top spots in the region!

Via Ferrata is Italian for “iron way”, and what better place than Italy itself, the motherland of Via Ferrata, to practice this thrilling climbing sport? The Italian Alps are indeed a top spot to go to for this reason. Mont Blanc, Gran Paradiso, Lake Garda and more are all located in this stunning region where you can practice Via Ferrata. Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from.
 
 
 
 
 

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What people are saying about these trips

Marcis Varpa

5.00

August, 2022

Mt. Forato, Tuscany, Guided Via Ferrata for Children

We wanted to try out via ferrate already for a long time. This was our first one and we were going with kids (9 and 11 y.o.) so we decided to find a guide that could accompany us. Pasquale was a perfect guide - experienced, interesting and caring. We felt safe and had a great time! Thank you!

Kevin Alvarez

5.00

September, 2021

Sentiero dei Fiori via ferrata adventure

An amazing experience doing the Senterio dei Fiori with our guide Renzo. A true ambassador of the Via Ferrata fraternity.

Andrew Hubbler

5.00

March, 2021

Sarca Valley guided via ferrata day trip near Garda Lake

Giorgio gave us an incredible mountain experience, one that we will never forget. Thanks Giorgio! As a guide is incredibly professional, informative and very caring. It's also very warm and friendly and it's a pleasure to be around with him.

Elda

5.00

October, 2020

Sarca Valley guided via ferrata day trip near Garda Lake

Giorgio was a very experienced guide who made us feel safe throughout the via ferrata. He was also very kind and professional with us. The via ferrata Susatti at Cima Capi was an amazing experience and I am so glad we did it. The climb can be quite challenging but is within everyone's reach. The view over the Garda Lake is magnificent. I really recommend this experience!

Robert Gower

5.00

September, 2020

Sentiero dei Fiori via ferrata adventure

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!

Ellen Garner

5.00

June, 2020

Sarca Valley guided via ferrata day trip near Garda Lake

Wonderful experience for my son and me. We climbed in the Cima Capi via ferrata and had a beautiful and exhilarating experience. Great guide


 

There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Italy

The Italian Alps are famous for their emblematic mountains, valleys, lakes and breathtaking landscapes. A Via Ferrata adventure in this are will allow you to experience both the thrill of the sport and of the beautiful surroundings.

 

Good to know:

Country Code

+39

Currency

Euro

Language

Italian

Best time to visit

For Via Ferrata, the best time to visit the Italian Alps is during the summer months between June and September

Weather

The climate in the Italian Alps will depend on the region and altitude. In general, you can count on very cold and snowy winters and hot, sunny summers

More info about Via Ferrata in Italian Alps:

The Italian Alps are a gorgeous location for outdoor adventures year-round. During the warmer months, you can enjoy Via Ferrata programs that will allow you a safe climbing experience in some of the most stunning spots of the Alps. In the Aosta Valley, you will find emblematic peaks such as Mont Blanc, Monte Rosa, Matterhorn and Gran Paradiso to explore. In the Piedmont region, you can revel at some of Italy’s most famous lakes. Finally, in the Friuli Venezia Giulia region, you will find the awe-inspiring Dolomites. Furthermore, a Via Ferrata adventure in the Italian Alps will not only connect you with the beautiful wilderness and landscapes of Italy but also allow you to experience the history and culture of a breathtaking mountain range

 

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