11 aided itineraries

Via Ferrata in Val di Susa

Between Turin and the border with the France extends for over 80 Km Val di Susa. The valley runs longitudinally and is crossed by the Dora Riparia and its tributaries that descend from some secondary valleys. The important passes of the Montgenevre and Moncesio connect it at a relatively low altitude with France.

The main mountain groups of the valley are the Cottian Alps to the South and le Graian Alps North. 

The via ferrata are located along the entire Val di Susa starting from low altitude. The routes are generally athletic and aided in a French style making abundant use of brackets and supports for progression. 

Below you find 11 reviews grouped by mountain groups in the Val di Susa. For some routes you will need to access some valleys adjacent to the Val di Susa.

Difficult itinerary

Ferrata Rocca Clarì

Review of the beautiful and exposed Perona Saglia Ferrata that rises to Rocca Clarì near Claviere on the Italian side of the Montgenevre. Very varied and optimally aided via ferrata that goes up a good gap alternating technical passages with a couple of athletic but never extremely difficult passages. Beautiful landscape context on the Gola di San Gervasio.

Moderately difficult itinerary

Ferrata of the Orrido of Foresto

Review of the beautiful trip along theForesto Gorge in low Val di Susa. Excursion in a beautiful gorge setting with 3 suspension bridges and two fords. Key passage alongside a waterfall with overhanging stretch of medium difficulty.

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