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Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin

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  • Tafel an der Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin
    Tafel an der Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin
    Photo: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
m 1600 1500 1400 1300 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin Rifugio Passo Pèrtica Rifugio Passo Pèrtica Rifugio Revolto Rifugio Revolto
Distance 3.2 km
2:45 h
259 m
259 m
Ein kurzer, aber extrem steiler Anstieg führt uns vom Passo Pèrtica auf der Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin nach oben. Der Steig erfordert absolute Schwindelfreiheit und ist nur für Ferratisti mit genügend Armkraft empfehlenswert.

Direkt hinter dem Rifugio am Passo Pèrtica erhebt sich eine steil aufragende Felswand. Hinauf führt der Sportklettersteig Via Ferrata Giancarlo Biasin. Die Schlüsselstelle ist ein ungesicherter Abschnitt im II. Schwierigkeitsgrad, der gleich zu Beginn der Tour überwunden werden muss. Im folgenden Kamin, der ziemlich eng werden kann, ist große Armkraft von Vorteil.

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Profile picture of Hartmut Wimmer Author Hartmut Wimmer 
True to the slogan “Only on new paths you leave visible traces” I am a passionate hiker and explorer. I love to be in the mountains, regardless of the activity. I am the founder and CEO of Outdooractive, thus turning my hobby into a career spending my whole time with my passion. By the way, we are always looking for people to join our team at Outdooractive, maybe you will find your future job here:

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Kyle Nielsen
November 01, 2018 · Community
When did you do this route? October 27, 2018

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