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Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata in Italian means 'iron road ' and traces back to the 19th century, most famously known for their presence in World War I. It is a method that combines mountaineering and rock climbing, using a combination of ladders, rungs, rails, cables and bridges to aid in moving across and up a cliff face. 

Looking to try something new? Via Ferrata is a thrilling new adventure that is sure to test your limits and get your adrenaline pumping! You’ll travel across suspended bridges, cables, rungs and trails as you traverse the cliffs with your experienced guides. Perfect for those looking for a new, adrenaline rushing experience!