Lake Como is one of the largest and deepest lakes in Europe. Also known as Lario, the foot of the Italian Alps is its home. The lake has a very particular shape, similar to the letter Y, with waters coming from the thaw and combined with tributaries of the Adda river. Experience varied via ferrata climbs in the Lake Como Mountains. You can do it in Lecco, Valsassina, Resegone or Corni di Canzo. Find some good options here below.
Via ferrata 2-day options in the Italian Alps
What should I know about Via Ferrata Italy?
Via ferrata in Lake Como can vary from short half-day routes to long demanding alpine itineraries at high altitude. Everyone with good physical condition can manage both easy and intermediate ones. The most rewarding moment is the extremely panoramic scenery from above, with huge mountains surrounding the lake.
Why should I choose Italy for my Via Ferrata adventure?
The unspoiled nature dominates the lake, and offers unique views everywhere your look.
You will feel the hospitality of its people, being part of their family and forgetting you are a tourist.
If you are looking for a trip far from the crowds, chaos and stress, Lake Como is for you. It will be only you and nature.
When is the best time to travel to Italy for Via Ferrata?
Climb the mountains of Lake Como all year round. There are summer-only and winter-only routes.
How can I get to Italy?
You can get the city of Como by public / private transport or by car, from the main train stations and airports near Milan.
What can I expect from the weather during my Via Ferrata trip in Italy?
Its climate is totally Mediterranean.
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