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#1 Posted : Tuesday, May 27, 2014 12:54:38 PM(UTC)

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Hi there,

In two weeks we are three friends (we all have recently) in the Dolomites trip focuses primarily Via ferreta courses.

When we planned the trip raised some important questions that I would love if someone could answer us about them.

I'll start the planning and then the questions.

Flight date is 6.6 (landing Milan). Back a planned 10.3 (Milan)

Rent a car at the airport for the duration of your trip.

We decided to devote five days to explore the Dolomites (7-11/6)

Four days into lakes (Garda, Como)

The coffee against Greece the Dolomites. North Lake Garda > > Val di Fassa > Sterzing by Cortina e

The planned routes (all Via Ferreta):

-Fausto Susatti 7.6-near Lake Garda, 914 m altitude.

-Rio Sallagoni-relative altitude Plains 404 m

8.6-Rotwand + area Masare Val di Fassa, 2802 m type height

-Pordoi cable to Sas observation

9.6. Tridentina-Brigata Sella Group area, 2585 m height

-Giovanni-10.6 near Cortina, between 1400 m waterfalls.

-Near Cortina Strobel Michielli, 2240 m height.

11.6. De Luca-Innerkofler between ancient caves, northeast to Cortina, 2640 m

-Visit Reyes on Lake

That day will the Dolomites and visit also in stanga (Stanghe Cascated) and rafting near the town of Sterzing.

* Details of all the tracks can be found on:


Frequently asked questions:

1. can I travel on via ferrate routes planned, but dates (early to mid-June)?

* The question is directed mainly to the high routes which we fear more snow covers security decision-makers.

2. There are routes that require a start. Where can I find the cable opening dates in our routes

3. where can I rent the equipment to perform these tracks? We look forward also to detail the range of equipment required and costs.

4. planning the trip, we look forward to any recommendation about things in the area to do done tips (even on the track we chose) landmarks etc.

Thanks a lot!

#2 Posted : Tuesday, June 3, 2014 2:47:57 PM(UTC)

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Hi, unfortunately I don't have too much to contribute to this, but I just wanted to comment that we do this privatization starts right from Cortina:

Ferrata-http://www.guidedolomiti.com/en/ferrata/via-sci club-18-monte-the dolomites-9876//

As a couple who did in his life via privatization, it was for us a rewarding, challenging and interesting track with a great view.
Don't know how it is in relation to your level, but just in case you didn't know this route (relatively new).

#3 Posted : Tuesday, June 3, 2014 2:58:21 PM(UTC)

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Nice trip seems designed for details.

The Prata there and the system was just a few days take time to thaw not sure luck plays, on the other hand, this may be the opportunity to hire a guide that will teach you about snow from snow and ice crossings given the likely planning to come back and use the information later, so why not turn the disadvantage into an advantage?

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