Explore the most popular Via Ferrata trails in Italy with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Amazing Via Ferrata!!! The views were out of this world spectacular. Climb up was fun and doable in tennis shoes. One of the best!

It was our first via ferrata and we loved the trail dei flores. The beginning of the ascent was in the snow, but after that it was.

We made this loop with the return of the Locatelli rifugio via the Lucas-Innerkofler via ferrata. Wonderful hike and extraordinary views from Monte Paterno.

Oh yeah! This is a must do. Grab your helmet, harness, and clips for some amazing views. The cable makes its pretty safe, but it's not easy. Yet a decent climber free solo this. The hike down was more sketchy with all the loose gravel.

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Great Ferrata route. Was by myself all day. I did this in late June/almost early July. Not a ton of snow on the first half but the final ascent is through a step scree/snow field from the false summit. Descent was through multiple feet/meters of snow. I definitely did not expect to see as much snow as I did so please be prepared with gaiters! Beautiful route, but make sure you are prepared for 9-10 hours round trip time - so should only be taken by those who don’t mind heights and have enough fitness.

This via ferrata is not in Friuli Venezia Giulia but in Veneto. Cortina d'Ampezzo is a town in Veneto

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