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Via ferrata · Garda Trentino
Klettersteigkurs Gardasee – alpine Eisenwege unter südlicher Sonne
n unserem mehrtägigen Klettersteigkurs können wir Dir das Erklimmen von Felswänden entlang gesicherter Drahtseile intensiv näher bringen. Du erfährst und übst die wichtigsten Eigensicherungstechnicken und wie man das Erlebnis Klettersteig richtig angeht.
Via ferrata · Dolomiti d'Ampezzo, Dolomiti Bellunesi
Le vie Ferrate - Livello Intermedio
Le vie ferrate delle Dolomiti “nascono” nel dopoguerra, ripercorrendo in gran parte quei sentieri rocciosi che servivano ai militari per raggiungere un avamposto strategico o la cima di una montagna, sfruttando i passaggi più facili e meno esposti. Ancora oggi è possibile vedere ed esplorare trincee, grotte o manufatti della Prima Guerra Mondiale (1915-18). ll percorso oggi è ben attrezzato con una corda metallica fissata nella roccia da robusti chiodi in metallo che assicurano il passaggio dell’escursionista e vengono monitorate stagionalmente da persone qualificate. Le vie ferrate in Dolomiti sono di diversa difficoltà, lunghezza e impegno fisico. Le più facili sono denominate “sentiero ferrato” dove l’escursionista cammina sempre lungo un sentiero roccioso protetto da una corda metallica sui passaggi più esposti. La via ferrata invece sale lungo una parete rocciosa più o meno verticale dove l’escursionista può assicurarsi ed aiutarsi alla corda metallica.
Via ferrata · Dolomiti d'Ampezzo, Dolomiti Bellunesi
Via Ferrata - Intermediate Level
Via ferrata in the Dolomites was “born” after the war, retracing most of the rocky trails that were used by the military to reach a strategic outpost or the top of a mountain. Even today you can see and explore trenches, caves or artifacts of the First World War (1915-18). The path is now well-equipped with a metal rope fastened in the rock by strong metal nails that secure the passage of the hiker and are seasonally monitored by qualified persons. The climbing routes in the Dolomites vary in difficulty, length and physical demands. The easiest are called “shod” trail where hikers always walk along a rocky path protected by a metal rope on the most exposed passages. The via ferrata climbs a rock wall more or less vertical, where the hikers can help themselves with the metal rope.
Via ferrata · Dolomiti d'Ampezzo, Dolomiti Bellunesi
Via Ferrata - Expert Level
Via ferrata in the Dolomites was “born” after the war, retracing most of the rocky trails that were used by the military to reach a strategic outpost or the top of a mountain. Even today you can see and explore trenches, caves or artifacts of the First World War (1915-18). The path is now well-equipped with a metal rope fastened in the rock by strong metal nails that secure the passage of the hiker and are seasonally monitored by qualified persons. The climbing routes in the Dolomites vary in difficulty, length and physical demands. The easiest are called “shod” trail where hikers always walk along a rocky path protected by a metal rope on the most exposed passages. The via ferrata climbs a rock wall more or less vertical, where the hikers can help themselves with the metal rope.
Via ferrata · Dolomiti d'Ampezzo, Dolomiti Bellunesi
Via Ferrata - Easy Level
Via ferrata in the Dolomites was “born” after the war, retracing most of the rocky trails that were used by the military to reach a strategic outpost or the top of a mountain. Even today you can see and explore trenches, caves or artifacts of the First World War (1915-18). The path is now well-equipped with a metal rope fastened in the rock by strong metal nails that secure the passage of the hiker and are seasonally monitored by qualified persons. The climbing routes in the Dolomites vary in difficulty, length and physical demands. The easiest are called “shod” trail where hikers always walk along a rocky path protected by a metal rope on the most exposed passages. The via ferrata climbs a rock wall more or less vertical, where the hikers can help themselves with the metal rope.
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Via ferrata · Madonna di Campiglio, Pinzolo, Val Rendena
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