I n via ferrata you quickly climb up an artificial route along a rock wall, where you are constantly attached to a metal cable. Ladders, stairs and steps have been installed in difficult places. Tibetan bridges, tree trunks and other original tools will help you overcome obstacles such as a deep canyon or a river. Via ferratas there are different levels, from initiation to very sporty.

T he origin of this popular sport lies with the rich chamois hunters, who quickly reached the higher areas through a shorter route. In the early 20th century, smugglers were also keen of this iron road to stay out of the hands of the government following an alternative route.

  • Easy-fitted clothing
  • Hiking shoes
  • Small backpack
  • Rain coat
  • Sun protection
  • Water and a picknick
  • Climbing harness
  • Via ferrata lanyard
  • Helmet
  • Transportation
  • Taxes
  • Assistance insurance
  • Certified guides
  • Homologated equipment