Easy and beginner-friendly ferrata, which nonetheless has plenty to offer for expert climbers, starting from the breathtaking views!
To the west, Valle di Ledro with its meadows and its villages. To the east Lake Garda with Monte Brione in the background. Trenches, walkways and military emplacements all point to the great strategic value of Valle di Ledro and Lake Garda during the Great War. The little church of San Giovanni in montibus (i.e. in the mountains), in its present form, dates back to 1985, but already in the 17th century there was a hermitage on the same site.
Facing a via ferrata requires knowledge of the right technique of progression and some training. If you want to try out this experience for the first time or check the use of the via ferrata set, we recommend that you contact one of our mountain guides: www.gardatrentino.it
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The information on this chart is subject to inevitable variations, so this means that none of the indications are absolute. It is not entirely possible to avoid giving inexact or imprecise information, given how quickly environmental and weather conditions can change. For this reason, we decline any responsibility for changes which the user may encounter. In any case, the hiker is advised to check the conditions of the places, environment and weather before setting out.
Cross the main road and turn into Via del Dazì, turn right into Via Cantodori and proceed along Via dei Toiane. At the fork take Via per Caregna and then the SAT 417 path. Turn right into the SAT 460 path towards the little church of San Giovanni. Follow the signs towards Via ferrata Susatti and turn into the SAT 405 path. Return along the SAT 471 path (Senter dei Bech).
There: 214 bus Riva del Garda - Biacesa
And back: 214 bus Biacesa - Riva del Garda
Exit the A22 motorway at Rovereto Sud – Lago di Garda. Follow the SS240 della Val di Ledro to Biacesa. Further options