Pale di S. Martino mountain group is in the Trentino Alto Adige region has 8 marked and maintained via Ferreta. With a plenty of different hiking, walking, and climbing routes at various difficulty rating you can spend a week enjoying the mountains of S. Martino di C. The valley is not as well known due to small access roads but with the new tunnels it is a bit easier to get into the area.
Map of the vie Ferrate
Gruppo Pale di S. Martino vie Ferrate - remember that as a rule a trail marked via ferrate is generally a climb to a peak, a trail marked as sentiero is generally a path/trail with some fixed gear.
|Route name||Peak and elevation|
|1.||via ferrata Sella Alpina||Monte Agner, 2872 meters|
|2.||via ferrata Gabitta d'Ignotti||Cima della Vezzan, 3192 meters|
|3.||via ferrata Bolver-Lugli||Cima della Vezzana, 3192 meters|
|4.||Sentiero del Dottor||passo dell'Orsa-passo di Canali-forcella di Miel|
|5.||Sentiero Nico Gusella||Cima Val di Roda, 2791 meters|
|6.||via ferrata del Velo||Rifugio Pradidali-Rifugio Velo di Madonna|
|7.||via ferrata Fiamme Gialle||Croda Grande 2849 meters|
|8.||Sentiero Dino Buzzati||Cimerlo, 2503 meters|
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