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We did the waterfalls tour on the via ferrata/canyon route as a day break between more challenging via ferratas. It is officially graded as a 1A via ferrata but it can be done by anyone. The stretches with cables are very short, there were also...More
this place is good for people who look for a relax day in mountains or very light hiking. it offers a "drop" of adventure with the waterfalls - the trails goes right behind the falling water which is nice. the hike with waterfall also includes...More
Waterfalls Fanes are situate in the same valley , much like a Kenyon . After a brief walk is approaching the river Travenanzes . Once at the first waterfall , passing a narrow passage and exposed but very safe , you can take a shower...More
Easy hike to get to the falls, scenery is very nice, but if someone is on tight time schedule, visit tre cime, passo giau and lake sorapis first as they are superior to this attraction in my opinion. Overall It is worth the hike and...More
We went there to our first family Via Ferrata experience. Whether it is your first via ferrata, it is highly to hire a guide to the area.
Our great hotel Concierge advised us to hire a guide. We went which was the best...More
Even though this is a very easy ferrata and can be done even without the equipment, it offers great views and a nice trip. If you're a beginner you can do it to get used with the equipment.
Ahh, and you'll pass under two waterfalls...More
This location is within easy walking distance of Fiames and the Camping Olimpia site. I often take groups there to introduce them to vie ferrate in order to get them used to using the equipment. There are three VFs along the route but I usually...More