- Sport levelBeginner
- Spoken languagesEnglish, Spanish
- Duration4 hrs
- Opening seasons:
Step into the amazing world surrounding rock climbing. For many, via ferrata is only the stepping stone into rock climbing, for others, it's amazing by itself! The Archidona via ferrata is a perfect example of this sport!
A via ferrata outing is the best alternative to enjoy the thrill of climbing mountains in a more laid-back manner. Via ferratas are groomed routes in mountains equipped with iron steps, chains, bolts, and other safety equipment as well as a steel cable running along the whole way.
This via ferrata outing will surely give you a nice adrenaline rush. The route will keep you on the ball, and when you least notice it, you'll realize the amazing challenge you've beaten! Keep an eye open, the views from up top are breathtaking!
This activity is a route equipped with various climbing aids such as handrails, suspension bridges, and zip lines. This allows you to reach safely to heights you've never imagined achieving.
You will first arrive by car to a small plain where you will be equip and you begin a path of about 10 ten minutes before staring the ferrata. This via ferrata will consist of several vertical sections and some horizontal zones. You will not find problematic zones. Just at the end you will face a 25-30 meters Tibetan bridge.
→ You are automatically refunded for the full activity price
2) Cancellation between 48 and 96 hours prior to the agreed activity starting date
→ You are entitled to a 50% refund
3) 48 hours or later are what we call last-minute cancellations
→ No refund will be made
The minimum number of participants for the realization of the activity is 6 people and a maximum of 20 people.
There will be 1 monitor for every 8 people.
If you are interested in doing it individually you can consult the next scheduled groups.Itinerary
Duration: 4 hours
All participants must be in good health.
This activity is not recommended for pregnant women.
Minors must have authorization from their parents.
- All necessary equipment
- third ropes
- technical material
- Civil Liability and Accident Insurance
- Support vehicle
- First-aid kit
- Communications support (mobile phones and walkies)
- Comfortable clothes
- Hiking boots
- Bottled water and snacks