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Fixed-rope routes

The South Tyrol and Dolomites offer infinite possibilities of mountain hiking at high altitudes.

With the help of fixed rope routes you can really have the world at your feet and admire unique landscapes, leaving really speechless.

You can choose between routes of one or more days with an overnight stay in shelters, according to the season, if you are not practical in the area better informed about the possibility of slept and stay in shelter.

For each trail you can find all the technical data, the degree of difficulty, the necessary equipment. These routes equipped in specific points, normally the most difficult and inaccessible, allow people fewer practices to reach otherwise inaccessible places.

Click the routes in the right box and you will get further information about the ascent and descent.

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Fennberg-Klettersteig
Fennberg-Klettersteig

The moderately difficult fixed-rope route is a highlight fpr climbing fans from spring until autumn.

© Tourismusverein Südtiroler Unterland - Roland Pernter
Via ferrata Oskar Schuster
Via ferrata Oskar Schuster

Dreamlike views of the pale mountains of the Dolomites in Gröden are guaranteed on this tour.

© DOLOMITES Val Gardena / Gröden
Via ferrata Oskar Schuster
Via ferrata Oskar Schuster

The fixed-rope route in Langkofel Group is relatively easy and leads to the top of Mt. Plattkofel.

© DOLOMITES Val Gardena / Gröden
Fixed-rope route Pisciadu
Fixed-rope route Pisciadu

The via ferrata Pisciadu in the Sella Group is one of the most popular ferratas in the Dolomites. Also, it has a breath-taking suspension bridge. It can be accessed from the road to Grödner Joch pass.

© Internet Consulting - Catrin Frontull
Via ferrata set
Via ferrata set

For a fixed-rope route, you will need a via ferrata set, a helmet as well as suitable shoes and clothes.

© Internet Consulting - Elmar Hilber
Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia
Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia

Aerial view of Peitlerkofel/Sass de Putia, in the Dolomites (2875 meter) the highest summit of the Peitlerkofel/Putia Group.

© Internet Consulting - Stefan Tolpeit

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