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Ra Bujéla Via Ferrata

PRICE PER PERSON € 110

This new route is named “Via ferrata Maria and Andrea Ferrari”, and it allows to climb on Ra Bujela thanks to the help of steel ropes, two walkways and some pegs that facilitate the ascent in the most steep points.

 

Description

AREA

Dolomites – Tofane

PEAK

Ra Bujèla

SIDE

East

ELEVATION

2257 m

DIFFICULTY

Medium

TOTAL TRAVEL TIME

2hrs 30min

BEAUTY ITINERARY

4

TOTAL ELEVATION

600 m

FERRATA’S ELEVATION

150 m

PERIOD

From June to October (be aware of early or late snowfalls).

ATTENDENCE

High

EQUIPMENT

Usual equipment for Via Ferrata. In case of snow, provide suitable equipment.

ACCESS

Reach  Duca d’Aosta mountain hut with the chairlift from Piè Tofana and from the Rifugio follow the signs for Via Ferrata which in about 15 min  will take you to the starting point.

DIFFICULTY DESCRIPTION

This new path is titled “Via ferrata Maria and Andrea Ferrari” and allows you to climb on Ra Bujèla thanks to the help of steel ropes, two walkways and some pegs that facilitate the ascent in the most steep points.

ASCENT DESCRIPTION

The first part of the route is certainly the most challenging and lends some very exposed parts, on excellent rock. Once reached the first bridge, the difficulties are lowered and once reached the second walkway the path runs through the ridge, on broken rocks: the poor quality of the rock in this section does not prejudice  in any way the safety of the ascent, and it is just along this stretch that you can enjoy the magnificent panorama that  the Dolomites always give us. A few meters from the top, there is a fork of the cable, climb to the right to the top; on the left instead you will start the descent.

DESCENT DESCRIPTION

The first part of the route is certainly the most challenging and lends some very exposed parts, on excellent rock. Once reached the first bridge, the difficulties are lowered and once reached the second walkway the path runs through the ridge, on broken rocks: the poor quality of the rock in this section does not prejudice  in any way the safety of the ascent, and it is just along this stretch that you can enjoy the magnificent panorama that  the Dolomites always give us. A few meters from the top, there is a fork of the cable, climb to the right to the top; on the left instead you will start the descent.

NOTE

Via Ferrata that develops along the northern side of the two towers in the middle of which rises the chairlift that leads to the Rif. Pomedes. New way certainly exciting but not very long that allows, to the most trained, to get linked also to the path Olivieri, the path Astaldi and even the most demanding Punta Anna.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED

Alpine Guide’s advice

“It is one of the first via ferrata that is free from the snow in spring. During times when the lifts are not yet open, it is convenient to access from the road that climbs to the Dibona refuge. If you want to take a ride a little longer, instead of going back to the “Camosci” trail, continue along the Astaldi trail and head back through the Dibona refuge..”   Ivana De Zanna

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