Via ferrata

Via ferrata on Lake Garda

Easy, medium and difficult level: relations and routes with an alpine guide

Here you will find

Partner

Arco mountain guide 360gardalife 3
Baita dei forti 360gardalife
Xtreme bike malcesine 360gardalife

Earn a top view

Come and try climbing on a via ferrata on Lake Garda. The light and colours of both mountains and the lake are impressive. Once you’ve reached the top you feel fine, free and at peace.

The many via ferrata on Lake Garda can vary from the super easy routes suitable for families with kids, medium level ones to enjoy the views, to difficult or very difficult tracks such as the via ferrata delle Taccole on Mount Baldo or R.Pisetta in Sarche.

Our advice for beginners is to start step-by-step, going along with an alpine guide or an experienced friend and choosing an easy via ferrata.

First time on a via ferrata?

A via ferrata allows you to reach inaccessible places even without a good mountaineering technique; it requires some effort and energy to get to the summit but safety is at the top.
Read here how to tackle a via ferrata and which one you could start with.

Take me to the via ferratas with a guide.

Via ferrata on Lake Garda

We have tried, described, plotted and photographed all the via ferratas that you find below. There are some easy, medium or difficult, physically and technically. Have fun searching!

Via ferrata with an alpine guide on Lake Garda

Choose a via ferrata suitable for your level and share the mountain with a local mountain guide who knows pretty much everything about the routes.

The alpine guides of Lake Garda

Let an alpine guide accompany you if you don't know exactly where to go, if is your first time and if you are in a group or with the family and you want to be safe.

Accommodation for climbers and mountaineers on Lake Garda

Packed lunches, map reading, guide's tales and booking a guided tour. Find out where to sleep on Lake Garda and which services are designed for you.

Let us inspire you

If you like via ferratas, then you might be interested in:

From 360 Magazine