VIA

FERRATA

A via ferrata - Italian "iron road" - is a mountain route equipped with a combination of apparatus secured in the rock (stemples, ladders, and bridges... including fixed cables for zip lines 250 feet or more in length). The first via ferrata were built in the Dolomite mountain region of Italy during the First World War, to aid the movement of mountain infantry.

The life line and the specific harness - the same as for a treetop park - make this activity, formely reserved to experienced rock-climbers, accessible to all, without any sophisticated management. The level of technical skill and risk is low, but the supply of adrenaline and accomplishment stays high. Moreover, it is an activity people love to tell others about!

Satisfying to both rock-climbers and Mr. Everybody, Treetop Parks in a rocky setting are among the most impressive type, and have already a good reputation.

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