Long and popular ascent with steep climb (ladders) at the start of the route to Croda Rossa (2936m). Descent using via ferrata Mario Zandonella to Rifugio Berti.
Not too difficult via ferrata that can be used on the way to Croda Rossa. Alternatively, a diversion via Castelliere is also possible. The route via Castelliere does, however, not save much time.
Via ferrata Costoni di Croda Rossa: A,B
Long and popular ascent with steep climb (ladders) at the start of the route. Plenty of walking terrain, in a few places also in exposed terrain. Surefootedness and plenty of Alpine experience are required. At the northern flank of the ascent you frequently still find hard old snow. Easy but long via ferrata with only a few exposed sections and a long ladder at the access. The remaining ascent is well secured where necessary.
Descent using via ferrata Mario Zandonella: B,C
Impressive, long and challenging tour that largely follows old war-time paths. Most of the Ferrata Zandonella is secured with new, well tensioned steel ropes. The rest is relatively easy walking terrain. The descent to Rifugio Berti runs beneath the foot of the rock face over gravelly and steep terrain, where the path is frequently damaged by landslides.