• mariomossone43
    29/08/2019 at 17:25

    Traveled 28/8/19.
    The aided route is rather easy and can be easily covered in two hours round trip.
    Rather tiring instead the path of approach to the Sassone, especially in the final stretch where the slope is considerable. I believe that the time indicated in the report (1:30) is a bit tight; I think it can reasonably be increased by about 15 minutes.
    Returning to the via ferrata it would certainly be much more satisfying to follow it if it were inserted in a ring route.

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  • BORN TO BE WILD
    23/08/2019 at 13:54

    Wonderful experience, made at first light in the morning, spectacular view, totally new and well aided route with some challenging passage.

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  • Roberto Librio
    12/08/2019 at 13:06

    It is a nice, aided route, with some slightly challenging stretches: a slightly steep rock face and some traverse with a rock edge. The view from the hut is very beautiful, I suggest, going back, to get on the Grande Horn from the direct route, certainly much more challenging and fun than the via ferrata, with passages of 1 ′ and 2 ′ grade and maybe more. And if you want to get even more excited, from the corno grande you can go down the path of the ridges, rather than from the boring and busy normal route. The path of the ridges is not technically demanding, but it is because it is exposed in a crazy way and making it downhill can give a hard time to those who suffer from the exposures.

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  • Filippo Rosi
    09/03/2019 at 20:51

    After a long weekend on the Gran Sasso to try the newly renovated ferratas. I liked all of them, including the one at the Bafile Shelter

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