Travel Guide Gardasee Via ferratas
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Via ferratas at Lake Garda

In total there are about 61 via ferratas for you to discover within the region of Gardasee. To get a first glimpse of what’s awaiting outdoor enthusiasts like you in Gardasee, we created a short highlight list:
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The best via ferratas at Lake Garda

Via Ferrata Colodri - Colt

Easy route up the east wall of Monte Colodri alongside the overhangs, with a spectacular view on the Valley of river Sarca. A classic of Garda Trentino! 

Via Ferrata Ottorino Marangoni - Monte Albano

Created in 1976 by the CAI-SAT section of Mori, it is one of the most difficult and spectacular climbing routes in the Alps. It was completely renovated in 2014.

Via Ferrata Fausto Susatti - Cima Capi

Panoramic and not particularly exposed, this via ferrata is advised also for beginners and kids. A real must-do of Garda Trentino! 

Ferrata Fausto Susatti - Cima Capi

Easy and beginner-friendly ferrata, which nonetheless has plenty to offer for expert climbers, starting from the breathtaking views! 

Via Ferrata dell’Amicizia - Cima SAT

Created in 1972 to celebrate the Centenery of SAT – the Trento Alpine Association – this ferrata is famous for its series of long vertical ladders.

Via Ferrata delle Laste e Gallerie di Cima Rocca

An easy via ferrata, suitable also for beginners, which offers a wonderful view on lake Garda as well as interesting historical traces. 

Via Ferrata Colodri

This via ferrata is classified as easy with a very short vertical climb and open to anyone including children.

Via ferrata F. Susatti of Cima Capi

Well-known and infinitely photographed for its extraordinary views, via ferrata F. Susatti follows the line of the ridge with a climb of 400 metres and takes you to a final level of 900 metres on Cima Capi.
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