The Tuscany offers many trips on via ferratas and aided paths with different level of difficulty and surrounding environment.
The so-called Apuan Alps are a surprising mountain range. Although relatively low as altitude, they have a harsh, alpine and generally rather wild character that distinguishes them and makes the skilled hiker quickly fall in love with them. In the northernmost part of the Apuan Alps, we meet the Ferrata Tordini Galligani which can be inserted in a wonderful loop around the Pizzo d'Uccello. When moving to the central area, you encounter the most difficult of the climbing routes Apuan: the via ferrata ascending to Monte Contrario. By moving to the southern area of the Apuan we meet simpler itineraries: the Via Ferrata of Procinto, Sumbra and Pania Forata.
On the Apennine ridge we meet the easy Aided path of the Gendarme on the border with the province of Reggio Emilia. By going down into the Apennines we meet the challenging Via Ferrata Sant'Antone in the Monti Pisani and the Via Ferrata Romana Nesi to the Pratomagno.
Characteristic from the landscape point of view is the Ferrata to the Monte Galera of theElba island.