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The Trentino South Tyrol it is the region par excellence of via ferrata and equipped paths and with almost 100 itineraries it offers multiple opportunities both in terms of difficulty and in terms of length and physical effort required.

The areas of Lake Garda, of the Garda Prealps and the Giudicarie Prealps offer many itineraries that can be practiced almost all year round and highly recommended in the mid-seasons.

By going up towards north, you meet the Brenta Dolomites which include some of the most beautiful via ferrata worldwide. Next to and north of the Brenta Dolomites, you meet the Adamello and Ortles Group which includes some challenging climbs in the high mountain environment.

By moving east, you reach the Adige Valley which offers bothin the province of Trento and of Bolzano some interesting low-altitude itineraries.

As you move further eastward, you enter the magnificent world of the Dolomites. From south to north, always in the province of Trento, we meet the Pale di San Martino, the chain of Lagorai, the Val di Fiemme and the Val di Fassa with the magnificient groups of Latemar, Catinaccio, Sella and Marmolada.

Continuing north we enter the province of Bolzano. Many routes with breathtaking views are present in Val Gardena and Val Badia with the magnificient groups of Sella, Sassolungo, Odle-Puez. Continuing north we meet the magnificent Sesto Dolomites, the Aurine Valleys and the Val Pusteria


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    Il Trentino Alto Adige è la regione che offre la più grande scelta tra le vie ferrate. Abbiamo raccolto gli itinerari per le varie valli:


    Via Ferrata in Val di Fiemme

    Via Ferrata in Val di Fassa

    Vie Ferrate in Val Gardena

    Via Ferrata in Val Badia

    Via Ferrata in Val Pusteria

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