14 aided itineraries

Via Ferrata at the Pale di San Martino

The mountainous group of the Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino is the largest group belonging to Dolomites. The group is located between the eastern part of the province of Trento and the western of Belluno tighted between the Primiero, theAgordino and the Valle dei Biois

Many of the main peaks of the group are reached or reachable using sections of via ferrata: Cima Vezzana, theAgner, Cima Ball, Cimerlo and Cima Canali. The central part of the group is composed of a large uninhabited rocky slabau.

Below you find 14 reviews of aided ways that develop in the mountain group of the Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino both on the Trentino and Veneto sides.

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    Stella Alpina via ferrata at Agner

    Review of the challenging trip toAgner going up the Ferrata Stella Alpina. The proposed itinerary is very satisfying but long and reserved for experienced hikers with good experience not only of via ferrata but also of high-altitude trips. Itinerary of over 10 hours including the climb to the Agner peak. Attention to the descent of the route at the end of the via ferrata.

    Very difficult itinerary

    Ferrata Fiamme Gialle

    Review of the difficult route to the Reali Shelter under the Croda Grande in Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino with the binding Ferrata Fiamme Gialle. Long itinerary with challenging approach and return which should not be underestimated. Technical and athletic via ferrata although not long. Optional return to the alpinistic path of the Vani Alti. To be undertaken in excellent shape and with stable weather.

    Difficult itinerary

    Via Ferrata Buzzati at Cimerlo

    Review of the difficult route to the Cimerlo going up the Ferrata Buzzati. Historical itinerary in the Pale di San Martino with a second demanding and exposed section. Climb in a wonderful environment, full of pinnacles and Dolomite landscapes. Return along with an aided path.

    Difficult itinerary

    Via Ferrata Bolver Lugli

    Challenging route including the Via Ferrata Bolver Lugli up the Spalla del Cimon della Pala. The ferrata is a medium difficulty via ferrata with some challenging passages. The context is of high mountain with long approach and long, challenging return to a cable car mountain station. It is an trip to be planned with attention to the weather.

    Moderately difficult itinerary

    Via Ferrata of Porton

    Review of the vertical Via Ferrata of Porton in Dolomites of the Pale di San Martino. Description of the itinerary starting from the station upstream of the Col Rosetta and long approach to the Pradidali. Ascent route a Porton saddle and ring return in a classic tour in Pale di San Martino. A long itinerary and, although with an absolute low gap, not to be underestimated.

    Moderately difficult itinerary

    Via Ferrata of Velo

    Ascent Report a Porton saddle with the Via Ferrata of Velo. Medium difficulty itinerary that goes up in a beautiful environment and returns to the loop for the short Via Ferrata Vecia.

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