Climb along suspended hiking routes

VIA FERRATA

Have you ever tried venturing out onto elevated hiking routes attached to the mountainside? Why wait? You’re going to love it!

 

Climbing meets hiking

Via ferrata involves progressing along a set route on metal fixings attached to the mountainside, using similar equipment to climbing. There are routes of varying difficulty and altitude to suit all abilities, so everybody can have fun taking part with friends or family. Enjoy a unique experience along trails that may at first sight appear inaccessible, and be lucky enough to discover some stunning landscapes!

 

Discover via ferrata

Accompanied by a guide

If you’d rather entrust your first via ferrata experience to a guide: contact via ferrata professionals.

 

Is this your first via ferrata experience?

Even though there are itineraries to suit all abilities, we recommend being supervised by a guide on your very first session. They’ll make you feel more confident and give you tips on how to enjoy your first time on a via ferrata. Afterwards, you’ll take to it like a duck to water (or more like a little mountain goat on a rocky mountainside!)

 

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  • Station 1650 - 1800m
  • Crêtes - 2100m
  • Toura-Fee-Bellecombe - 2600m
  • Glacier - 3200m
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