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The Tre Cime di Lavaredo, the Lago di Braies, the north-western walls of the Geisler - the northern Dolomites are home to perhaps the best-known landmarks of the entire Dolomite chain, true icons of these extraordinary mountains.
In addition to more crowded routes, both experienced mountain hikers and beginners who want to experience the thrill of a via ferrata for the first time can choose from routes of all levels of difficulty that run through very different landscapes and stretch from the gates of Bressanone to Auronzo.
These via ferratas and equipped trails are not only an approach to the walls, towers and ledges of peaks of grandiose expressiveness, but often also a journey through history, often along old military paths and footpaths from the First World War. Those seeking extreme difficulties and particularly sporty via ferratas will find only a limited selection of routes in this guide, which take place in lonely high-mountain environments. Some of the via ferrata routes described offer the possibility of linking several routes together and thus being able to spend hours or days in this enchanted mountain scenery between rock and sky.
Language Italian, English, German
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