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Via Feratta Astaldi

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Walks and Via Ferrata in the Dolomites

This grade 1 via ferrata runs from just above Refuge Dibona to Refuge Giussani. There is about 400 meters of protected path and the route takes about two hours to complete.

Refuge Dibona is off the 48 road between Passo Falzarego and Cortina. There is a steep single track road with a few passing places running from 48 to the refuge, and ample parking at the refuge. The via ferrata starts about 300 meters up the hill from the refuge and runs west to east. At the other end there is a lift and a secondary road down to rejoin the 48. However, the easiest thing is to just walk back to Dibona.

Via Ferrata of the Italian Dolomites: Volume 1 by John Smith and Graham Fletcher. Published by Cicerone, UK. ISBN1 85284 362 4.