Situated in the province of Trentino in Northeast Italy, you’ll find the largest Alpine Valley in the Dolomites, the Val di Fassa. This valley is brimming with spectacular nature and is a great place for outdoor activities like hiking, skiing and via ferrata.
Some great via ferrata to check out in the area include the Marmolada west-ridge via ferrata. This was one of the first via ferrata built in the area and it takes you high into the mountains where you’ll encounter glaciers. The Bepi Zac route in the San Pellegrino Pass is perfect for beginners, you also get great views of the Marmolada from here. For a via ferrata that’s suitable for the whole family, Rodella is a great option.
The temperatures are pleasant and sunny during the summer months. The winters are dry and cold, sometimes reaching -10°C.
Fly to Venice international airport then travel to the Val di Fassa by car, train or bus.
Summer, spring and fall are the recommended seasons for a via ferrata trip in the Dolomites.
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