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Ferrata Cir V, Cima Cir V

Via Ferrata · Val Gardena Dolomites
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  • Bestens gesichert auf Tritt und Griff
    Bestens gesichert auf Tritt und Griff
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Distance 2.2 km
1:38 h
397 m
397 m
Short and sweet
A short via ferrata but rewarding with a stupendous panorama. Access to the via ferrata is simple, the terrain is steep and solid rocks ensure a good grip. A steady foot is required for the descent into the southern gorge full of uneven stones and rubble.

Characteristics: Steep via ferrata, solid rocks with well-placed resting stops, and well-protected. The distances are short between the fixtures and there are frequent steel and tightened cables. The steep path towards the beginning is made easier with the help of a stairway. South facing, it is better to carry out the hike in late spring or late autumn (during sunny days). Access to the via ferrata: from the path, arrive at the Dantercepies cable-car station that follows a dug-up road (that starts at Hotel Cir) or along the path on your left. Technical details: via ferrata, short but steep, completely protected with steel cables, a short vertical gap at the end (some arm-strength is needed). Path type: 100% steel cable. Complete gradient of climb: 400 m, 1:30 hours Complete gradient until the beginning of the via ferrata: 315 m, 30-45 mins. Gradient of the via ferrata: 85m, 1 hour. Descent: from the top, turn over the steep gap at the exit of the via ferrata, then follow the

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