8 Via Ferrata itineraries

Via Ferrata at Lake Iseo

The Lake of Iseo is placed between the provinces of Brescia and Bergamo at the beginning of Val Camonica and its main outlet is the river Oglio. The via ferrata are all located on the Brescia side, ie the eastern one. A short distance away you can reach the Val Sabbia which hosts other aided itineraries.

Below you find 4 reviews of aided ways that develop near the Iseo Lake and other 4 reports that can be reached in a short time.

Difficult itinerary

Ferrata Corno del Bene

The recent Ferrata Corno del Bene is a short but intense, athletic and exposed ferrata. The ferrata climbs up a rocky edge along a very logical line with increasing exposure. New and excellently arranged equipment make the climb very interesting but it is not recommended for neophyte and inexperienced people. Very beautiful view from the top.

Moderately difficult itinerary

Ferrata Trentapassi

The Aided path of the Trentapassi Horn is a beautiful trip to a summit of modest height (1248 m) but very satisfying from the landscape point of view on the underlying Lake Iseo. The trail is challenging for large stretches although never technically difficult. The term aided path is probably a little narrow on a route that still requires climbing some vertical sections. To avoid after heavy rains due to the presence of slippery and unprotected grassy sections.

Easy itinerary

Aided path of the Waterfalls

The Aided path of the Waterfalls is an easy itinerary that extends on the gorge made by the stream Gaina in the province of Brescia. The itinerary does not present technical difficulties and runs into a beautiful landscape suitable also for families and children.

Easy itinerary

Filippo Benedetti Aided path

The Filippo Benedetti Aided path is a pleasant path, in short stretches aided, which goes up the panoramic peak of Punta Almana near the Lake Iseo. The path does not present particular difficulties and covers an average height difference which can therefore be covered even in half a day.

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