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Via Ferrata Tridentina

The most famous ferrata in the Dolomites

Alta Badia Guides - Mountain and ski guides

Entitled: to the Alpine Brigade "Tridentina"

The Via Ferrata develop along the Torre Exner, closeness the waterfall of Rio Pisciadù. At the end you travel the spectacular sospended bridge that connect to the Sella massif slightly below the Cavazza hut, nearby the Pisciadù Lake.

Il caratteristico ponte della ferrata Tridentina

Via Ferrata Tridentina

The most famous ferrata in the Dolomites
€ 110,00
  • from June to October
  • Participants: Max. 4
  • Duration: 1 Day
  • Difficulty: Medium, grade 3
  • Harness, helmet and via ferrata kit

Meeting at 07.30 am in Corvara, transfer by car to the Gardena Pass, ascent of the via ferrata, lunch at the ref. Pisciadù and descent.
Return to Corvara at approximately 3:00 pm

An exciting ferrata with spectacular finale

and views of the Val Badia

  • Itinerary info

    The via ferrata starts with a steep part, that can be faced with the help of ladders and ropes until reaching the hillside covered with grass and gravel, where also the connecting trail to Passo Gardena arrives. 

    From here the trail takes you to the left side, at the base of the east wall of tower Exner and continues with a slanting walk towards left by using the great ferrata setup. The route becomes step by step more exposed but at (2350m) gives also the option to reach the Masores flatland and the Rifugio Cavazza at Pisciadù by following the easier upper part of the wide canyon. 

    The ferrata instead goes on almost vertically and after a few ladders sneaks up right below the peak. From here, the exposed passage to the left leads to the famous suspension bridge that enables to pass above the abyss(chasm) and to reach the big terrasse of Masores, a stone's throw away from Rifugio Cavazza and the lake of Pisciadù.

  • Area: Alta Badia - Sella Group
    Orientation: east / south east
    Starting point: Gardena Pass road
    Point of arrival: rifugio F. Cavazza al Pisciadù 2585 m.
    Descent: Val Setus 
    Difference in height: 630 m.
    Time: h 3.00 - 3.30
    Descent time: h 1.30