cascata pisciadù & via ferrata tridentina (dolomites)

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Via Ferrata Tridentina, Dolomites Mountains (Italian Alps).­

The Via Ferrata clims the almost vertical cliff just behind the Pisciadù waterfall on this photo, and it reaches a small footbridge close to the top of the knob.­ If you zoom-in on the high-resolution version this photo, you can see several climbers ascending the route.­

The climbing route involves ascending more than 2,500 feet (750m) of almost vertical cliff, equipped with cables and occasional metal ladders or steps.­

Via Ferratas are climbing routes permanently equipped with a safety cable.­ For more info about via ferrata, go to en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Via_­ferrata.

For more info about the Brigata Tridentina via ferrata, go to it.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Ferrata_­Tridentina.

For more info about the Dolomites, go to en.­wikipedia.­org/­wiki/­Dolomites.

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Dolomites Mountains (Italian Alps)
Route SS243, 39033 Corvara, South Tyrol, Italy