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Mountain Guides Catores - South Tyrol - Dolomites

Via ferrata in the Dolomites

Challenging climbs and superb peaks

Via Ferratas are very popular for discovering the wild and rough rocky landscape of the Dolomites.
We climb on steep walls or along exposed ridges. Thanks to the steel cable we always have a good and secure grip.



For beginners

Short via ferratas - Price per person

Col Rodella – half day 50 Euro
Big and small Cir 100 Euro

Easy/medium via ferratas - Price per person

Sas Rigais 120 Euro
Sasso Piatto Ferrata Schuster 110 Euro
Catinaccio Ferrata Masarè 110 Euro
Tridentina – Pisciadù 110 Euro
allon – Sas dla 9 – Lichtenberger 110 Euro
Nuvolau / Averau 110 Euro

*with two participants additional charge of 30% - 40%



For advanced

Difficult - Price per person

Gruppo del Sella – Ferrata Mesole 130 Euro
Cima Fanis – Ferrata Tomaselli 140 Euro
Piz Collac – Ferrata dei Finanzieri 150 Euro
Tofana – Ferrata Lipella 150 Euro
Col dei Bos – Ferrata degli Alpini 120 Euro

*with two participants additional charge of 30% - 40%



Glacier Tour - Marmolada 3.344 m

Normal way to the glacier 150 €
West Ridge – Via ferrata 180 €

Included: Alpine guide, rental of technical equipment, transfers
Min 3 people - with two participants additional charge of 30% - 40%

Marmolada: min. 2 participants without additional charge



The best via ferratas in the Dolomites

3–4 days (free dates)


  • Adventure in the Catinaccio
  • Sella Massif and Marmolada “The Queen of the Dolomites”
  • Between rockpeaks in the Gruppo del Brenta


Period: from June to September
Participants: min. 3 – max. 4 persons
Performance: Mountain guide, 2-3 overnights with half board, rental of the technical equipment, transfers


Of course we will also guide you on any other ferrata in the Dolomites.
Call us or visit us at our offices in Ortisei (open daily) or S. Cristina (open from 5:30pm to 7:00pm).
We will be happy to help you choose the nicest ferrata.


More via ferrata

Certainly the most famous via ferrata in the Dolomites.
Leaving from the Passo Gardena the beginning can be reached passing the Pisciadu Hut.
The path leads along steep rocks to the spectacular bridge between the Exner Tower and the Sass Masores.

This historical via ferrata leads along the west wall of the Sella Group and offers impressive views underneath.

STEVIA – Via Pertini
This via ferrata to Mount Stevia is set in a superb surrounding exposed towards the sun.
Therefore it is possible to climb it from the end of spring until the beginning of fall.

The “Queen of the Dolomites”, with its 3.344m, is the highest mountain in the Dolomites.
You can reach the peak on the north side along the glacier or on the via ferrata along the west ridge.

Two ferrate in one day in the enchanting “World of King Laurin.

The highest peak in the Odle Group. The climb is along the west wall and the descend along the sunny southern wall.

A demanding ferrata that leads to the Fanis peak passing old wooden ladders and wrecks of World War I.


FERRATA DEI FINANZIERI at Colac in Val di Fassa