Northern Garda is known for its many Via Ferratas.
A Via Ferrata is a trek where the path is furnished with metal cables bracketed into the rock wall which help you climb up sheer faces and other alpine tracks. A Via Ferrata allows you to reach wonderful places which would otherwise be inaccessible without full mountaineering equipment.
You can try the Rio Sallagoni via ferrata inside a canyon under Castel Drena, in half a day. There, you can find a wild and appealing environment: even if the via ferrata is not so long you will have the chance to prove your fitness and have fun at the same time.
You experience the energy of the rocks in comparative safety accompanied by a local alpine guide.
3 hours on the Via Ferrata Rio Sallagoni
This Via Ferrata is below Castle Drena and is suitable for those who have never tried Via Ferrata before.
It is a wonderful, memorable experience as you will be crossing small canyons carved out of the rocks.
Along the Via Ferrate, you will have fun crossing the river on two Tibetan bridges.
Meeting Point with the Alpine Guide
c/o Parking Camping Arco
V. Legionari Cecoslovacchi, 14
loc. Prabi Arco (TN)
Sunday and Thursday at 08:45 am
What to bring with you, advice and restrictions
The cost of your kit, transport and insurance for the via Ferrata is all included in the total price.
Wear stout shoes and comfortable clothes.
You should also bring a backpack with a dry change of clothes.
This via ferrata is not suitable for anyone suffering from Vertigo or for children under the age of 10 years old.
The service provider will supply all the equipment needed for taking part in the lesson/course/lift in complete safety, as for example life jacket and helmet if necessary for the chosen activity
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