Piz Trovat ferratas I and II
With 300 metres of vertical distance, 500 steps, 600 metres of steel cables, a stunningly high rope bridge, a 35-metre-long Tyrolean traverse and incredible scenery of ice and rock, adventure awaits you on Piz Trovat.
At the Diavolezza mountain station, there is a small path that takes you down to the start of the Piz Trovat via ferratas at 2,846 metres above sea level. From here, you can take either the Piz Trovat I route (K1–3) or the Piz Trovat II route (K5–6). The descent takes you along the north-east ridge over uneven terrain and scree. Because the trail is quite steep in places, sure-footedness is a must. The route back to the Diavolezza mountain station is signposted.
Please note: The via ferratas are free to use. The via ferratas are open from July, depending on snow conditions.