The via ferratas are mountain routes that run through generally aerial terrain, such as walls and rocky ridges or inclined slopes, and can connect by hanging bridges or zip lines, different areas of a mountain.

These “ iron roads ” are equipped with cable and steel rungs. By means of a harness, helmet and a dissipating belt (security element that joins us to the cable and would stop and cushion an eventual fall) we can “hook” the cable and start this stairway, hanging bridges and handrails on the heights.
It is a stimulating activity and an authentic adventure, which allows us to discover new sensations and perspectives of seeing the mountain in an affordable and simple way.