What is Via Ferrata
The Via Ferrata is a mountain path on a rock face with the help of metal cables, ladders and walkways. To advance on Via Ferrata you use a harness, helmet, gloves and equipment usually used for trekking.
HOW THE ACTIVITY TAKES PLACE
The Via Ferrata Cima Capi on Lake Garda starts at 8:00 a.m. at the meeting point indicated on the map, where you will be given the technical equipment.
The route includes a very scenic road on the shore of Lake Garda with views of the Sarca Valley. After reaching Cima Capi, you will feel like you are touching the sky with one finger and you can also admire the tunnels and fortifications dating back to the First World War.
You will then descend towards another short equipped path, called Foletti path. After reaching Bivacco there will be a small break and then the Via Ferrata will end in Biacesa, in Valle di Ledro.
At the end of the adventure the bus will take you back to the starting point.
WHO IS THE ACTIVITY FOR
The Via Ferrata on Lake Garda is an activity of medium difficulty: it is necessary to have a good physical fitness, but you will be trained by qualified personnel who will accompany you throughout the adventure. Even children from 10 years old can participate.
Mountain guide UIAGM
Water and snacks
Rain and windproof jacket
In order to carry out the activity you must be in possession of an identification document
Children must have parental permission
You must arrive at least 30 minutes before the activity takes place