Dolomites – Tofane
West – South West
TOTAL TRAVEL TIME
From June to October (be aware of early or late snowfalls).
Usual equipment for Via Ferrata. In case of snow, provide suitable equipment.
Following the Camping Olympia, you will first follow the forest road with markings 417; then take the path 408 which, with steep serpentines in the forest of Val Fiorenza, rises to the Passo Posporcora. From here you continue, to the right, for traces of passage between the pine trees, coming in short to the rocks of the attack placed near a cave.
Short but exposed itinerary that requires good experience.
From the plate of the ferrata climbs for rocks and mughi up to the vertical edge that, looking towards the valley of the Boite and the Cortina’s valley, marks the direction of the street. From here begin the fixed ropes that conclude to a shoulder and then to the summit. From the attack you pass a steep dihedral covered by Mughi and then get on the rocks cleaner than the center of the edge. Then, passed a chimney and approached a short and exposed cross, climb the rocks up to the terrace below the top. One last jump equipped with iron pegs, allows you to get to the top.
From the top follow the trail marked 447 which descends northwards and further downstream joins the Forest road and from here to the departure car park.
Beautiful and demanding via ferrata that runs along the exposed south west part of Col Rosà, secluded rocky tip between the Tofane and the Pomagagnon. Although the short and vertical ascent is of extreme satisfaction for the experienced hiker, welcomed on top by the unsuspected lookout on the valley and the mountains of Cortina.