From Arabba, small ski resort, we’ll ascend to 2480m to Porta Vescovo,. Short distance away, we’ll reach the beginning of the via ferrata. Immediately your technical skills will be put to the test. An imposing vertical rock will be blocking our way, waiting to be capered. Once reached the top, we’ll find ourselves on the narrow ridgeline of the crest, passing through steep passages, but with the magnificent panoramic views after each step. Some tranches stand as a reminder of the WW1 second line of fighting, in front of the Marmolada Glacier.
Via Ferrata ends at the crossroad between Bivouac Shelter, and a smaller path which will take us to refuge Passo Padon.
A path will take us back to Porta Vescovo, from which by lifts we’ll return to the car park.