The first, the Ferrata Tridentina al Pisciadù, is located in the northern part of the Sella Group and is one of the longest in the Dolomites. This route, which starts from Alta Badia near the village of Colfosco and ends with the descent of Val Setus, is very popular in the summer months. Thanks to its medium-low difficulty, it offers a rewarding experience to all hikers, even those lesser-experienced. The ascent, through vertical walls and rocky ridges, offers a breath-taking panoramic view of the valley below, making the whole adventure unforgettable.
On the other hand, it offers a front row show, an incredible view of the surrounding peaks and the Marmolada glacier. The final vertical staircase represents one of the most suggestive passages and from the top, the panorama that can be admired is simply sensational.
This via ferrata is particularly interesting from a historical point of view, as it was built by the Alpini during the First World War and dedicated to Lieutenant Fusetti who fought in this area. Furthermore, there are still some trenches dating back to the conflict, right next to the exit of the route.
With medium-low difficulty, this via ferrata offers some exposed and steep passages that require a good dose of physical strength. However, the view from the top is so spectacular that it deserves the effort and the unforgettable sunsets from up there.
allowing us to explore some of the most beautiful mountains in the world and put our skills and courage to the test. Furthermore, it was exciting to see how many parents accompanied their children to climb these peaks and how many people approached the mountain with awareness and respect.