Lake Como Via Ferrata

Your Lake Como Via Ferrata Adventure: Conquer Amazing Routes in 3-5 Days (or More!)

Lake Como isn’t just about fancy villas and relaxing boat rides (although those are great too!). For those craving a thrill, those seeking a challenge that pushes them physically and mentally, Lake Como’s via ferrata scene is where it’s at.  Think exhilarating climbs with stunning views, the kind of experience that stays with you long after you’re back home.

Welcome to Lake Como: Your Via Ferrata Heaven

With over 30 routes to choose from, Lake Como offers an incredible variety. Want a relaxed climb that’s all about enjoying the scenery? We’ve got those. Prefer something with more technical sections that make you think strategically? Check!  We’ll work closely with you to build a plan that matches your experience, goals, and that “I want an adventure!” feeling that brought you here.

Your Lake Como Via Ferrata Basecamp: Lecco

Lecco is the perfect spot to base your Lake Como via ferrata trip.  It’s got that cool lakeside vibe, a bunch of accommodation options, and it’s close to most of the best climbs. Whether you want a simple, cozy spot or something a bit more luxurious, we’ll find the right place to kick back after a great day of climbing.

A Taste of Your Lake Como Via Ferrata Adventure

Here’s a rough idea to get those adventurous juices flowing. Remember, this is just the beginning – let us know your preferences, and we’ll make sure your trip is truly unique.

Via Ferrata Dolomites: choose your program

Day 1: Ease Into the Adventure – Via Ferrata Degli AlpiniCorno Medale

Walking to the approach: 40 min
Climbing the Via Ferrata in: 2-3 hrs
Walking back to the parking: 1.30 hr
Total time: 5-6 hrs – Total vertical gain (about): 600 m.

Lake Como Via Ferrata

This classic route lets you get your climbing legs under you while enjoying incredible views of the city below.


Day 2: Level Up! – Via Ferrata Gamma 1 – Pizzo d’Erna

Walking to the approach: 40 min
Climbing the Via Ferrata in: 2-3 hrs
Walking back to the cableway station: 0.20 min
Total time: 4 hrs – Total vertical gain (about): 600 m.

Lake Como Via Ferrata

Get ready for breathtaking lake vistas and routes with interesting features like Tibetan bridges that add a bit of extra fun to the climb.


DAY 3: Push Your Limits – Via Ferrata Pietro Biasini – Chiavenna

Walking to the approach: 30 min
Climbing the Via Ferrata in: 2 hrs
Walking back to the parking: 1.00 hr
Total time: 4 hrs – Total vertical gain (about): 350 m.

Lake Como Via Ferrata

This newer route near the charming town of Chiavenna packs a bit more punch with exposed sections that’ll test your technique and give you a proper adrenaline rush.


Day 4: A Climb with a Story – Via Ferrata Direttissima – Southern Grigna

Walking to the approach: 40 min
Climbing the Via Ferrata in: 3-4 hrs
Walking back to the parking: 1.30 hr
Total time: 6 hrs – Total vertical gain (about): 800 m.

Lake Como Via Ferrata

This challenging climb with its incredible scenery is a piece of Lake Como climbing history. Plus, there are mountain refuges along the route, perfect for refuelling with a snack and enjoying the view.


Day….. – Lake Como Via Ferrata: …………….

The list is open for other adventures based on your preferences. Others via ferrata await us, perhaps longer and more challenging! And now we start the discussion with you: write to me your preferences and expectations, together with your range of useful dates and the number of participants. We are ready!

Lake Como Via Ferrata

Lake Como Via Ferrata

Lake Como Via Ferrata

Lake Como Via Ferrata

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The best policy for pricing is the clarity and flexibility. Are you agree?

For this reason here below you find an extended explanation of the prices in one single sheet, based at the number of days and at the number of persons of your request.

Under the sheet is explained what is included in every price (accommodations, transfers, equipments, etc.).

Every price is consider per single person based at the composition of every single group that do the reservation.

At the moment of reservation you can ask to have a personal trek (without others participants) or to accept other potential participants. If you accept others participants, the guide can combine more persons together of similar levels and it will apply, at every unity of reservation, 20 Euro discount for every day.

There are some configuration where you can have some good discounts:
120€ discount
If you are an independent traveler and don’t need the accommodations in Bolzano for the nights before and after our tour, I apply a 150€ discount per person on the total price.
10% discount
If you reserve Via Ferrata tours in autumn, winter or spring (from mid October to mid May), I apply a 10% discount per person on the total price.
5% discount
If you reserve Via Ferrata tours in the period of 1st-15 June or on the first and second week of October, I apply a 5% discount per person on the total price.
2% discount
If you are independent for the transfers (you have your rental car and we move with it from/to Bolzano), I apply a 2% discount per person on the total price.


Prices sheet 2024/25


- My personal suggestions for your vacation in Italy and for the travel logistics before and after the trek.

(this is a unique and valuable service: you can ask for help to best arrange any aspect of your vacation in Italy).

- Full time mountain guide service during the reserved days.

- Transportation during the trek.

with my car which holds a maximum of 6 people plus me, or other local transport like buses. (cableways are NOT included)

- The nights of lodging in the rifugios during the trek, with half board.

HB = bed + breakfast + dinner. (lunch and beverages are NOT included)

- 2 nights of lodging in Bolzano at a Bed-and-Breakfast, one night before and one after the trek.

B&B = bed and breakfast. (lunch, dinner, and beverages are NOT included).

- All technical gear for climbing, as you need.

helmet, harness, kit for via ferrata, protective gloves for via ferrata, ice axe, crampons, trekking poles, etc.




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Best Via Ferratas of the Dolomites: the most extended program

Best Via Ferrata DolomitesIf you are looking to climb the best via ferratas of the Dolomites with a flexible and customised program that can give you the most extended overview, this is the best solution to explore the Dolomite mountains really at 360°.


Via Ferrata Dolomites: customised hut to hut treks in the Central Dolomites

Via Ferrata Dolomites centralThis proposal is in absolute the most flexible and complete via ferrata trekking in the Dolomites! Flexible because you can choose from 2 to 10 days of via ferrata trekking. Complete because you will cross with via ferratas all the central territory of the Dolomites.

Via delle Bocchette: modular trekking in Brenta Dolomites

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Via Ferrata Cortina: your modular program for via ferrata in the Dolomites

Via Ferrata Dolomites easternVia Ferrata Cortina is a multi-day modular program around the amazing and famous Cortina d’Ampezzo area, part of the eastern Dolomites. Via Ferrata Cortina combine a large range of via ferratas: from easy and short perfect for beginners to extreme long and difficult for expert and trained hikers.

Via Ferrata in the Southern Dolomites: hut to hut in the Pale di San Martino

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The longest via Ferrata of the Dolomites: The Great Civetta Traverse

Via Ferrata Dolomites CivettaThe 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. With this hard tour we will climb both!

Via Ferrata in autumn, winter, or spring: Arco and Garda Lake area

Via Ferrata Dolomites Arco Garda LakeA via ferrata weekend in winter is really possible, the program that you can read here, that I name “Via Ferrata Arco” and “Via Ferrata Garda Lake” is a realistic opportunity to try this fantastic experience of climbing in autumn, winter and spring.

WW1 - World War One in the Dolomites: Via Ferrata and Trekking

Via Ferrata Dolomites WW1 World War One / First World WarThe front line of World War One (WW1) cut the Dolomites in diagonally. Along the ruins of the mountain front we can do adventurous hut to hut trekking and climbing via ferratas. These proposals are impressive for every person, from easy hikers to experienced climbers.

Via Ferrata for beginners: daily tours and personal programs

Via Ferrata for beginnersIf you are beginner on the reality of the via ferrata.... this is your program! I have thinked this proposal for hikers that are scared on the approach of via ferrata. Are you ready? Read it!

Via Ferrata for families with sons: personal programs

Via Ferrata for family with kidsThe via ferrata in the dolomites is a good proposal for a family holiday. Specially in the Dolomite you can find many easy and short via ferratas optimal for enthusiastic kids and moms with afraid. I can personalized your tour with others natural, historical or traditional attractions.

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