Access safely to areas of difficult access by a via ferrata climbing by pegs, iron rungs, grips, handrails, pendulums, chains, hanging bridges and zip wires!
ABOUT VIA FERRATA CLIMBING
A via ferrata is a vertical and horizontal route along a wall equipped with special gear such as: pegs, iron rungs, grips, handrails, chains, hanging bridges and zip lines, which allow you to progress on the wall and to safely reach secluded areas, unaccessible to hikers. Usually a steel cable will secure your climb through the via ferrata. Some via ferratas do not have a steel cable, in those cases, sports climbing equipment will be required to insure your protection (via cordata).
To do a via ferrata you need a basic climbing equipment consisting of harness, helmet and energy dissipator (via ferrata kit). A rope can sometimes be useful in via ferratas to protect exposed or difficult passages.
- Andilla – La Mulatica (150m, K4)
- Alboy – Aventador (120m, K3)
- Peppoli e Pepino (80m, K5 – via cordata)
- El Charco Azul (100m, K6 – via cordata)
- Fantasma (via cordata)
- Pirata (via cordata)
- Polop – Ponoig (230m, K4)
- Tavernes de la Valldigna – Les Marujes (120m, K3)
Following table shows the basic price per person for a via ferrata climbing day with a qualified guide. Please, check the Guided Tours page to have a better idea of the final price of the activity.