Vía Ferrata in Granada

A via ferrata (Italian for “iron road”, plural vie ferrate or in English via ferratas ) is a protected climbing route found in the Alps and certain other locations. The essence of a modern via ferrata is a steel cable which runs along the route and is periodically (every 3 to 10 metres (9.8 to 33 ft)) fixed to the rock. Using a via ferrata kit the climber can secure themselves to the cable, limiting any fall. The cable can also be used as aid to climbing, and additional climbing aids, such as iron rungs (stemples), pegs, carved steps and even ladders and bridges are often provided. Thus via ferrata allow otherwise dangerous routes to be undertaken without the risks associated with unprotected scrambling and climbing or need for climbing equipment (e.g. ropes).

Vía ferrata tours

Vía Ferrata of Moclín

The best option, this via ferrata perfect for initiation with a low-medium difficulty, which combines the best of the ferrata routes.
Tibetan bridge, monkey crossing, crossing and zip line.

Vía Ferrata Los Vados

Amazing via ferrata of 240 meters of height and 300 meters of route.
The highest ferrata route in Andalusia.

Vía Ferrata of Archidona

Via ferrata of initiation with a low difficulty, without excessively vertical stretches or steps plunged but very funny and pretty.

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