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Via Ferrata

Via Ferratas are mountain routes equipped with fixed ladders, cables, and bridges. From Camping Sass Dlacia you can reach many via ferrata routes of varying difficulty degree so that everyone has a chance to try this experience firsthand.

Discover the vie ferrate

Outfitted trails easily accessible, from the easiest to the most challenging

At the entrance of the campground there is a bus stop that connects the area with the rest of Val Badia and the Falzarego Pass. The bus will take you a short distance from the starting points of Via Ferrata Tridentina in Colfosco, Via Ferrata Col dei Bos at Falzarego Pass and the easier Kaiserjäger equipped path on mount Lagazuoi.

 

If you are looking for something longer and more technical, the challenging Ferrata Tomaselli might be a good option as you can hike back directly to the campground.

 

And if you crave for even more, check out  Ferrata Lipella, which climbs the Tofana di Rozes, one of the longest and toughest ferratas in the area.

 

Ropes and safety equipment are of the utmost importance, but even with them it is advisable to have a minimum of experience and to be in good shape. Also, a good deal of courage and coolness is required.

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The basic items of a via ferrata equipment:

  • A climbing harness
  • Via ferrata set, consisting of two carabiners and a lanyard to attach the harness to the steel cable.
  • Helmet: potential rockfall is one of the main risks when climbing a via ferrata, so protecting your head is of upmost importance.
  • Gloves: to protect your hands from friction with the rock and the steel cable.
  • Climbing rope and belay device: these are not essential but may be useful for extra security for the most difficult routes or to protect children.

If it is your first via ferrata we highly recommend to hire a certified mountain guide. You can learn about the basic via ferrata techniques and how to use the equipment properly. Furthermore, he will make sure you climb in safety and he will be there to show you around the area and share his knowledge about the natural and geographical features surrounding you.

 

There are several mountain guides in Alta Badia, with most of them working with the “Alta Badia Guides” professional association, based in Corvara. Contact them if you want to feel the thrill of a new adventure in safety.





November closed

For the whole month of November, the Camping Sass Dlacia will be closed.

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