Ascending the highest mountain in Trentino is a thrilling experience, and not only because of its 3558 metres. The Via Normale from the south follows a variable itinerary, which crosses snowfields, via ferrata sections and easy climbs, offering a very satisfying experience.
- Service and guidance of a certified mountain guide for the whole duration of the experience
- Mountaineering equipment (harness, helmet and crampons)
Meeting in the afternoon at the guide office, briefing and equipment check. Ascent by car to Valina d’Amola and then on walk to the Segantini refuge, where the overnight stay is planned.
Waking up early, we set off waiting for dawn along the mule track which takes us to the base of the Montenero snowfield.
Once we have tackled the ferrata to cross the Montenero pass, we climb up through the snowfield and through easy rocks to the south ridge and the chimneys, which we pass with a stretch of ferrata, arriving at the Orobica bivouac. From this point, passing along an easy ridge, we reach the summit with its characteristic cross and breathtaking views over the mountain groups of the Brenta Dolomites, Adamello, Ortles, Cevedale and Bernina.