Via Ferrata Che Guevara

One of the longest Via Ferrata of the Alps

It is one of the longest via ferrata in the Alps. It climbs the entire east face of “Monte Casale” following an old climbing route. For the most part it climbs on excellent limestone slabs and then exits on the top near the “Don Zio” refuge. The view from the top is unique on the Brenta Dolomites and on the entire Sarca Valley. The way back follows an ancient steep path along the same wall. A good phisical shape is required, but it's worth it!

Technical informations

Height difference



Athletic difficulty

Technical difficulty


1400 m

8 hrs

Winter, Spring, Autumn





  • Avoid it absolutely during the summer months
  • Face it only with adequate physical preparation
  • It’s possible to make the descent shorter by calling a taxi from the town of Comano


Meeting Point

Vertical Sport Pietramurata parking

Google Maps link

What to bring

  • Helmet *
  • Harness *
  • Via ferrata set *
  • Water
  • Snacks

* will be provided for those without it


The Price Includes

  • UIAGM / IFMGA The Outside Planet Mountain Guide
  • The guides speak Italian, English and German
  • Any technical material

The Price does not include

  • Anything not specified in the item "The Price Includes"
  • Possible taxi from Comano

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