Ortles 3905m Via Normale

Ortles is the highest peak of South Tyrol and of all the Alps to the east of Bernina. It is a mighty and majestic mountain, adorned with glaciers on all its slopes. There are many ways to climb to the summit, all of which are very demanding, both for the difference in height and from a technical point of view. Even the normal route, which climbs from the north, despite being the easiest technically, is absolutely not to be underestimated as it is varied, sometimes exposed, dangerous in some places on the glacier because of the clamps and crevasses, as well as the slope. It offers breathtaking views from any side.

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Duration: >1 day
Duration details: 2 days
Min. participants: 1
Max. participants: 2
Minimum age: 18
Activity level: Moderate
Included services: Service of the Mountain Guide and any technical equipment for carrying out the activity
Things to bring: Technical clothing for high mountains; Warm cap and gloves; Semi-climbing boots; Sunglasses and sunscreen; Backpack with drinks and energy food (If you don't have everything, contact us, we can probably help you)
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Meeting point: Solda
Contact me: to check availability for dates and times not listed, or if you want to book for a large group.
Cancellation policy: MODERATE: full refund if you cancel at least 10 days before the experience is scheduled to start, or within 24 hours of purchase.