The via ferrata routes were created to make it easier to access hills, peaks and mountain huts. They had a great development in the Dolomites, especially during WW1, fought in 1915-18 by the Italian and Austro-Hungarian troops. They allowed quick access to mountains, outposts and bivouacs. Along some ferratas, you can still visit outposts, trenches, tunnels and bivouacs dating back to the First World War. Today, many of these itineraries have become accesible to tourists and are just the perfect routes for those who want to take a step beyond the simple hikes, exploring the world of climbing.
Cortina d’Ampezzo offers routes suitable for all levels, from families and beginners to the most experienced.
Experience the thrill of trying the via ferratas in the Dolomites around Cortina d’Ampezzo!