A new style of adventure

Via Ferrata routes have been popular in Europe and Canada for many years, and for good reason. The experience brings the exposure and fun of technical rock climbing into the realm of every-day fun seekers, without needing any prior experience.

Via Ferrata, Italian for “iron road,” originated during the first and second World Wars. In order to aid troops in crossing the high peaks and passes of the Alps, the rock was retrofitted with steel ladder rungs and cables. The system allowed higher numbers of troops to travel efficiently through technical terrain. The steel “aids” made the challenging terrain

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