T=TURISTIC

Itineraries following streets, mule track or easy paths usually well developed, signposted and marked. In mountain  areas it is required a basic knowledge of mountain environment and good fitness level.

 

E=HIKERS

These hikes could not be as clearly marked and you will cross different kind of terrains usually signeposted. They will be a little more challanging and you may have to use your hands occasionally for balance on steep or rocky terrains and you might find  snow in  flat or slightly inclined areas. It is required sense of orientation-basic navigation skills , knowledge of mountain terrain, good fitness level and steady footing trakking shoes or boots.

 

EE= EXPERT HIKERS

Foodpaths usually available and marked that require good experience in navigate tricky terrains such as steep slopes, slippery grassy or rocky sections, scrambling. Expect to use your hand and feet at points. It is important a previous basic Alpine experience, avarage navigation skills and no vertigo.

Hikes on glaciares  even if flats and easy are not included in this classification.

EEA= EXPERT HIKERS WITH ALPINE EQUIPEMT

Fixed rope paths or Via ferrate that require self belaying devices and safety  alpine equipment (harness, via ferrata lanyard, helmet and gloves)