Via Ferrata on Cima Capi, at Lake Garda

The Via Ferrata overlooks Lake Garda and Ledro Valley, in a stunning mountain panorama. A 6 km long loop path, starting from Biacesa di Ledro, technically not demanding and suitable for everyone, as long as physically prepared.
The location is perfect for hot summer days, immersed in a sunny and well ventilated area. There are beautiful panoramic views of the valley and the wide view over the lake.

Technical description:
A rocky path suspended on the vertical walls of Cima Capi (909 m.), overlooking Lake Garda, made easy and accessible to all through metallic iron ropes and steps that allow you to move easily and safely.
This via ferrata offers the opportunity for those who do not practice climbing to approach the 'vertical world' without an excessive physical effort, relying on our certified UIAGM mountain guides experience.

Technical tips:
The necessary equipment consists of: harness, via ferrata set with heat sink, helmet and mountain or hiking shoes. Mountain clothing recommended: long pants, sweater and a windproof jacket, in case of sudden showers.
Fundamental to bring water and food.

Recommended period: from May to October

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Technical data

City of departure: Ledro

Departure: Biacesa

City of arrival: Ledro

Arrival: Cima Capi

Length (Km): 6

Difficulty: Ironroad little difficult

Discipline: Ironroad

Type of Itinerary: Half Day

Difference in height (m): 460

Difference in downhill (m): 460

Highest point (m): 909

Lowest point (m): 450

Duration (h.): 4

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Cities crossed

Ledro (TN)