This famous via ferrata goes up a canyon located at the foot of Castel Drena (Drena castle), near Arco.
Originally, it was an old escape route in the event of an attack at the castle. The path follows the walls of the gorge, which is very narrow at times, and is always suspended above the stream, giving it a nice coolness and shade even in the heat of summer.
Along the way, two Tibetan bridges await you to put to the test your balance.
It is a short but not easy route, suitable for adults and children starting from 9 years onwards.
Where is it? Castel Drena, 10 minutes north of Arco.
When? All year except winter.
Duration 2-3 hours
Who is it for? It is a path suitable for everyone, including children aged at least 9 years.
What to bring? Sports shoes, comfortable clothing, a light raincoat, backpack with a snack and at least 1 liter of water per person.
Rate € 65 per person with a minimum of three. (For families there is always a 10% discount)