Trento is the Italian province with the greatest number of via ferrata with a variety of unique itineraries in our peninsula.
The mountains that border the Lake Garda to the north, to the west and the Baldo to the east host a significant number of via ferrata and aided paths with medium-easy difficulty levels ideal to be climbed in mid-seasons and in mild winters. By going up the Valle del Sarca , you meet many via ferratas ranging from easy to the extremely difficult Rino Pisetta. The Adige Valley is also rich in aided paths practically practicable all year round.
By going up north, you meet the magnificent Brenta Dolomites with some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. To the west of Brenta Dolomites runs the border with the province of Brescia with the sharp peaks of the Adamello Group e Presanella.
Passing over the Adige Valley we enter the Dolomite valleys. The Lagorai, the Dolomites of Fiemme and the Pale di San Martino they represent the southern border of the province with many via ferratas.
To the north you enter into Val di Fassa with the beautiful via ferrata that climb up the walls of Catinaccio, Latemar, Marmolada and Sella.