Ferrata Tordini – Gallicani
It extends along a beautiful rocky outcrop, in the shade of the spectacular north face of the Pizzo d’Uccello mountain. From the top, you can enjoy an excellent view of surrounding valleys and mountains, such as Monte Pisanino, Monte Cavallo, Monte Contrario.
Ferrata Renato Salvadori – Monte Forato
Nice panoramic tour that leads to Monte Forato. Monte Forato is a mountain (1,230 m) formed by a natural arch. The hole, nearly circular in shape, has a height of c. 12 m
Ferrata Monte Contrario
It’s one of the longest and the most difficult Via Ferrata in the Apuan Alps. “The Recommended Route includes the walk-in and the climb, but not the descent and the walk-out. This is only possible if the night is spent on the mountain, most conveniently, by utilizing the well-placed Rifugio Orto di Donna”.(1)
Ferrata Aristide Bruni – Monte Procinto
Aristide Bruni is the older Ferrata in Italy. It’s very short but vertical, for this reason it is reserved for expert hikers only. The Procinto, with its Panettone shape, has been a challenge for climbers since the nineteenth century.