Although the Puez Peakts require other 100 m to be a "real" three-thousander, it still offers a spectacular view on the walls and towers of the Sas Rigais.
Distance 15.8 km
The short via ferrata in the Puez-Odle mountain range in the Cisles valley connects Forcella Roa (path no. 3A) with Forcella Nives. It then continues to the 2,909-metre-high Piz Duleda (path no. 3B). The magnificent 360° scenic view from Piz Duleda encompasses the Fanes Group, Cir peaks, Sella Group, Sassolungo, Seiser Alm, Pic Peak, and the Odle.
Stable weather required.
Safety informationAll via ferratas come with their own day tour and are well secured: however, they are meant only for experienced climbers.
Make sure you do not suffer from vertigo and can deal with heights, are sure-footed and physically fit, and don’t forget that once you have reached the summit, you will need to climb back down!
We recommend newcomers hire a mountain guide to accompany them.
Climb the via ferratas at your own risk and peril!
To tackle a via ferrata with children, it is advisable to obtain further information and to be
accompanied by a mountain guide.
The via ferratas are not suitable for dogs.
By roadThe starting point is the valley station of the cable car Col Raiser, which is located in the municipality of Selva Gardena, but is not far from the centre of S. Cristina. It can be reached by internal shuttle buses or by car (chargeable parking on site).
ParkingThere are chargeable car parks at the valley station of the Col Raiser cable car.
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EquipmentOnly climb the via ferratas if the weather is good and use the following equipment: helmet, viaerrata set of the latest generation, possibly protective gloves, proper shoes, weather protection and provisions.
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