Is the via ferrata safe?
The equipment is super safe. The main risks are rockfall (it is not rare than climbers above you moves some stones) and injuries resulting from a fall. If you fall, a ferrata can be very dangerous because you fall down to the next attachment of the cable.
Can you do via ferrata alone?
The major increase in risk of doing a via ferrata alone (as opposed to in a group or with a partner) is that if you get injured (e.g., from a fall, rock fall, or a bee sting), you will be alone. This is not that different from any other outdoor activity in remote, or semi-remote, areas.
What is blue dolomite?
Blue Dolomite is a rare and lovely stone that provides a depth of color and character that is both singular and striking. Blue Dolomite is perfect for flooring, in bathrooms and kitchens, and can be used outdoors depending on the climate and method of installation.
Is dolomite green?
Dolomite crystals are colourless, white, buff-coloured, pinkish, or bluish. Granular dolomite in rocks tends to be light to dark gray, tan, or white.
What is via ferrata in the Dolomites?
The via ferrata trekking in the western Dolomites is a unique experience along the famous Via delle Bocchette. A concatenation of many via ferratas on the main crest of the Brenta Dolomites. Via Ferrata Cortina: your modular program for via ferrata in the Dolomites
What is the history of the Dolomites vie ferrate?
In fact, many vie ferrate, especially in the Dolomites, often have a military origin and were equipped during the difficult frontier war fought in the years 1915 to 1918. A little known fact: the first Ferrata in Cortina, “the Queen of the Dolomites”, originated thanks to the cleverness of Luigi Gilarduzzi “Minighèl” in 1907.
What makes our Dolomites itinerary so special?
This itinerary gives you the best of all things in the Dolomites – self guided hiking, where you can explore at your own pace, combined with guided via ferrata climbing, where you can ascend the magnificent walls with the comfort of being accompanied by a Professional UIAGM/IFMGA Mountain Guide!
Where is the longest via ferrata in Italy?
Via Ferrata Dolomites: The Great Civetta Traverse. The longest Via Ferrata of the Dolomites is absolutely the “Via Ferrata Costantini” at the Mojazza peak, and the most impressive (only a bit shorter) is some kilometres north: the “Via Ferrata degli Alleghesi” at the Civetta Peak.