WORLD WAR ONE IN THE DOLOMITES
Discover the first and original via ferratas of the world
Climbing the via ferrata is as visit one open air museum of the World War One in the Dolomites. The via ferrata are properly a military invention of the World War One to carry on the top of the peaks of the Dolomites: soldiers, weapons, munitions and supplies.
During the World War One the first line of the front between the Italian and Austro-ungarian troops was outlined in diagonal along the full territory of the Dolomites. Two parallel “first lines” covered crests and unaccessible peaks in a medium elevation of 2500-3000 meters. About 100 via ferratas was builded from the both armies for this reason. Today these climbing paths are a incredible testimonial of the crazy aspects of the war, a great experience for each repeater.
For this specific thematic I propose 5 different programs to discover the best of this historical remains of our mountains.
World War One in the Dolomites: Easy Trekking with easy Via Ferrata
This proposal is available for every person. Aged people or families with kid can participate without problem. Every day we walk and climb easy via ferrata in differents areas of the Dolomites and visit the front line with short hiking tours.
World War One in the Dolomites: The great Via Ferrata Trekking
The combination of the via ferrata of the west crest in Marmolada and the Mount Padon is the hardest World War One of the Dolomites. Both via ferratas are originally of the First World War and was part of the first line of the front.
World War One in the Dolomites: Via Ferrata tour in the Pasubio mountains
The front line in the Dolomites was began on the Pasubio mountains, in the southern Dolomites. For strategic reasons and for a particular geographical conformation, the Pasubio mountains was the theatre of the most cruent combat field of the First World War.
World War One in the Dolomites: Trekking in the wild Lagorai mountains
The Lagorai mountains is a chain of great peaks of Porphir stone (vulcanic stone) into the Dolomites territory. the first world war was a natural line of the front from peak to peak in a medium hight of 2500-2700 m.
World War One in the Dolomites: The best Via Ferrata of the Garda Lake
If you have a short time (one day) and your period is not in summer this proposal is for you! The via Ferrata Susatti at the mount Cima Capi is amazing and easy via ferrata directly at the Garda Lake.
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