Via Ferrata Rock Climbing
Cruising and easy section of a Ferrata on Moiazza
Via Ferrata often climb ridges or sections of terrain that do not fit into a single mountain listing. For that reason this section is organized for climbers to list Via Ferrata within this group of mountains even if they ascend one particular mountain. Listing them here allows other users to visit one section and view all the listed Ferrata for a general mountain group.
You will need to read each specific route description to discover how to get there and off. You may also need a map of some sort to find the start of the routes or the ski lift location that accesses the route. Hopefully the authors provide adequate information to assist you.
Note to those adding New Ferrata Routes to the site: For climbers, the most "difficult" aspect of Ferrata is finding the start and understanding the descent. Please provide details regarding best place to park, how to access the Ferrata and most importantly the options and details related to the descent.
Please see the main Dolomites page where a more in-depth discussion of Via Ferrata exists.
Weather station 15.0 miles from here
1 Total Climbing Routes
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Featured Route For Via Ferrata
Ferrata Gianni Costantini Easy 5th 1+ 3 I 5 M 1c Europe
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This is a long and fairly difficult Ferrata – one of the biggest and best in the range. Plan on 8-12 hours to do this route car to car. The route ascends first to the summit of Cima Cresta delle Masenade, crosses a high ridge and finally ascends to the summit of Moiazza sud. It ascends over 1500 meters in vertical altitude and has over a mile of cabled climbing and huge sections of non-cabled hiking including snowfields. Plan for the better part of the day to do this route (and be sure the w...[more] Browse More Classics in International