Via Ferrata

Used by Italian and Austrian soldiers during WWI, who wanted to make their way around mountain peaks without being noticed by enemy soldiers, Via Ferrata routes (called Klettersteig in German) are in mountainous terrain and equipped with steel cables and iron steps, and the first documented route for tourists dates from 1843.  It is a great sport for adrenaline junkies, who have no experience climbing, but want to see the world from a summit of a route, that, at first glance, appears inaccessible. Via Ferrata has several levels of difficulty from easiest to very difficult, and is therefore suitable for almost any age.

For Via Ferrata routes, we recommend the following equipment:





Lanyard Y PA 25 mm for Via Ferrata. Now you don't need to know how to make the classic attachment for the Via Ferrata equipment.