This program includes:
Transfer in/out to activity
Mineral water in reusable bottle and Welcome chocolate
Welcome map with the location of all of our services
Hygiene kit: sunscreen, gel alcohol and tissue paper
Concierge assistance during your stay
Climbing Gear (Technical & Security
Climbing Gloves. Your hands will get cut up from gripping the rocks. Similarly, your hand will sweat a bit, so it makes it a lot easier to grip the rocks. It’s better to have half-finger gloves due to being able to use your fingertips.
Comfortable sports clothes that fit tightly. Bring an extra layer (sweatshirt) since it can get cold at higher elevations. I recommend wearing full coverage pants that are a bit thicker as you might need to crawl–which means that your knees might get cut up.
Sturdy Hiking shoes and/or via Ferrata shoes. Typically, you’ll need to hike and climb ladders, so you don’t want to use rock climbing shoes if you own them. The grip is important as I often find the rock is the best way to get a good foothold and sometimes, you’ll need to climb using wet rock. A good pair of via Ferrata/ hiking shoes that go above your ankle are a good idea to prevent you from ankle-injuries, but not necessary. They must be closed (no open sides).
AM Vía Ferrata: 10 am to 2 pm
PM Vía Ferrata: 1 pm to 5 pm.
Technical Grades: Moderate
Fitness level: good.
Suitable for: People of most ages, who are in general good condition. No need of previous experience.
Duration: 4 hours
Included: Transfer, Mountain Guide [Spanish – English] – Technical equipment (helmet, harness, lanyards), Snacking (hot or cold drinks depending on the season and snacks).
Minimum Age: Please let us know if there are children under 14 years old.