Via Ferratas

Via Ferratas are equipped routes on walls with various materials such as pegs, staples, holds, handrails, bridges, hanging ladders, zip lines…

In Catalonia, you can find a wide variety of options, from the easiest to the most demanding ones.

In a via ferrata, you’ll find sport, fun, and adrenaline, but above all, it’s a great plan to enjoy with whoever you want.

Come and enjoy with us the best via ferratas in Catalonia!


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Check out our Agenda section! Maybe one of the activities we already have scheduled with available spots fits your preferences!

In 2007, Eugen Eduard Hüsler updated the difficulty levels of via ferratas using a scale that had never been used before, ranging from K1 (easy or equipped path) to K6 (extremely difficult). Thus, the difficulty level of a ferrata is classified from K1 to K6. The meaning of K refers to the German word “Klettersteig,” which means “via ferrata.” This scale takes into account aspects that define a route: endurance, psychological factor, physical demands, and mountain experience. Therefore, the classification of a via ferrata would be as follows:

K1: Easy

K2: Slightly difficult

K3: Somewhat difficult

K4: Difficult

K5: Very difficult

K6: Extremely difficult

The equipment we need for Via Ferrata includes:


If you want to do Via Ferrata but only need to rent the equipment, we also offer it here.