Veneto is a very surprising region from the point of view of via ferratas and aided paths. Indeed, it offers many possibilities during all the year.
Starting from the west, namely the province of Verona, you meet the via ferrata neat the Garda Lake on the Monte Baldo and subsequently on Monti Lessini.
By moving east we enter the province of Vicenza where you can climb the via ferrata of the Small Dolomites, the Carega and Pasubio offer beautiful and medium difficulty itineraries. Remaining on the pre-Alps between Vicenza and Treviso there is the massif of Grappa with some historical via ferrata and aided paths.
Going up along the valley of the Piave we meet some via ferratas that are the prelude to the aided ways present in the Dolomiti Bellunesi. Coming up from the south we meet Schiara, theAlpago then further north you reach theAntelao . Then you arrive at the ampezzana basin where some massifs stand out: Tofane, the Cristallo and Sorapiss. The itineraries near Cortina d'Ampezzo are wonderful and very varied.
Moving eastwards, we meet the Marmorole and the western offshoots of the Friulian Dolomites and the Carnic Alps. Continuing north we reach the Cadore side of the Sesto Dolomites.