4 edition of Via ferrata found in the catalog.
Translated from the French.
|Statement||Jocelyn Chavy ; photographs Philippe Poulet ; translation Sue Harper.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. :|
|Number of Pages||143|
All the adrenaline of rock climbing with the added excitement of burma bridges, cargo-net climbs and hair raising ascents up exposed rock. Originally coming from the italian word for ‘Iron way’ the Via Ferrata has its origins getting troops over the mountains of Italy during the war, now its an extreme way to see some of the most spectacular and hard to reach cliff sides and outcrops in. Via Ferrata, which means “iron path,” is a network of climbing routes using steel cables, iron rungs and suspended bridges fixed to the rock that climbers are attached to for safety. With six different routes that progress in difficulty, Via Ferrata is the perfect alpine .
Book Online Now. Via Ferrata. Mountain Trip describes the Via Ferrata best - a hike along a sheer cliff, with steel rungs to hold onto when the going gets tough. This multi-pitch climbing route traverses rock faces up to feet above ground and provides unmatched views of Bridal Veil Falls and the town of on: W Colorado Ave, Unit 2A, Telluride, What is Via Ferrata. A Via Ferrata (or ‘iron road’ in Italian, plural via ferrate) is a protected mountain pathway consisting of a series of rungs, rails, cables and bridges embracing the rock face. It allows access to scenic sections of the mountains that are typically available only to rock climbers and mountaineers.
VIA FERRATA ADVENTURES. Highlight your trip to Norway by joining our professional guides for a memorable and safe Via Ferrata expedition, and feel the rush as you gain height! Trolltunga Via Ferrata is the perfect day off the beaten track; cycle the first 6 kilometres along the lake shore before you start climbing. Scale the metre mountain. A via ferrata (iron way) route is an exposed alpine mountain trek which has been prepared with safety steel wire rope, eyebolts and iron steps. It makes difficult rock faces safely scalable by those without climbing experience.
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Via Ferrata Xtreme was introduced at Honister in to bring a much more challenging (and some say scary) Via Ferrata experience. You do need to be reasonably fit and healthy for the Xtreme. Much more mountain: edge exposure, vertical climbs, cliff edge ladders, plus a Burma Bridge & Cargo Net crossing.
Italian for “iron road”, Via Ferrata is an assisted climbing experience along four breathtaking routes on the cliffs above Mt Norquay. Climb ladders, cross suspension bridges, and marvel at the grandeur of the mountain vistas that surround you.
The views are wild, but you’re safe and secure throughout your journey. I Via ferrata book intrigued by the Via Ferrara Murren during my travel research, and decided somewhat on the spur of the moment to go for it on Sept. 15 during our stay in Murren. Via Ferrata means iron path, a protected climbing route with established metal rungs and a cable wire.5/5().
Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. This is the second Via Ferrata guide book i have used written by Rushforth. As usual the photos are particular inspiring and the route descriptions are excellent.
It is nice Via ferrata book see that some of the routes from the older rocfax guide book have made it into this copy.5/5(2). There are some restrictions; however, most who would like to experience the Via Ferrata can do so. Our minimum age to participate is 10 years old. The Royal Gorge Via Ferrata is open year-round (weather permitting).
Please call to. Telluride's Via Ferrata is not for the faint-hearted, but it's a must-do for any adrenaline junkie or to-the-core adventure seeker stopping by. At its most intense, you're suspended on a small iron foothold by a harness at feet.
The newly-legal climbing route is technical, breathtaking and exposed on the East end and South-facing wall of. This guidebook presents 75 via ferrata routes in the stunning Italian Dolomites.
Part of a 2-volume set, this book covers Val di Fassa/Canazei, Selva, Badia/La Villa, Covara, Arabba, Falzarego, Cortina, Misurina, Sesto and Auronzo. Via Ferrata in the Dolomites: the best via ferrata treks The most complete webpage for the planning of your holidays in the Dolomites.
Climbing a via ferrata in the Dolomites with the local mountain guide is a unique experience. You will discover the authentic spirit and traditions of the Dolomites via ferrata with “hut to hut treks” well organised only as the local people can do.
The via Ferrata (Italian for “iron way”) is a mountain route equipped with steel cables, ladders, and other fixed anchors, for example wooden walkways and suspended bridges.
The artificial equipment renders feasible an exposed route even to the inexperienced climber, and allows those not versed in climbing technique to hike on ledges, climb vertical walls, and reach the peaks of. Guidebook to 77 via ferrata routes in the Italian Dolomites in the southern regions, Brenta and Garda.
Part of a two-volume set of guides to the Dolomite via ferratas. There are graded routes covering 14 mountain groups including the Civetta, around Trento and the Adige valley, with guidance on the best base for each of the via ferrata routes. A dynamic Via Ferrata lanyard is the safest method of connecting yourself to the route’s fixed gear and is considered the worldwide standard for safe Via Ferrata travel.
Check out Daisy Chain Dangers for more information. Local gear shop Jagged Edge Mountain Gear sells all the right equipment for safe travel along the Via Ferrata.
They can be. Via Ferrata. Italian for “iron path,” the Via Ferrata at Quarry Park Adventures is an amazing experience you won’t want to miss. Gear up, then join your group at Ground School to learn how to use your Smart Belay clipping system to safely traverse the rock walls and built-in challenge elements on Wild Willie’s Wall on: Pacific St Rocklin, CA Jebal Jais Ras Al Khaimah, UAE + (0)50 [email protected] With an easy 30 min approach, this via ferrata in Moiazza peak provides amazing views of the southern part of the Dolomites.
Pale di Lucano group and Mt Agner ( m) are some of the peaks you can see from here. Due to its difficulty — it’s one of the hardest via ferrata routes in the Dolomites — it’s only suitable for advanced. This Dolomites rock climbing guidebook covers everything you need for a climbing trip regardless of ability, whether it be sport, trad, via.
Telluride Via Ferrata. Book your Telluride Via Ferrata trip through for incredible views of the San Juan Mountain Range. Once known for its silver mining, telluride is an adventure paradise for many. This via ferrata is set in a picturesque landscape know for.
The Summiteer is the apex experience for Norquay’s Via Ferrata, and the longest of all 4 routes. A continuation of the Skyline route, this 6-hour adventure traverses the alpine ridge and crosses an additional three-wire suspension bridge over an impressive couloir.
See all of our Via Ferrata Packages for great deals on a day packed with ’ll save money and time with multi-adventure packages at one location. Choose from our Buena Vista Outpost with Arkansas River rafting trips and our Buena Vista Via Ferrata tour OR the Idaho Springs Outpost with Clear Creek rafting trips and our Iron Way Via Ferrata tour.
Via Ferrata Rates. BUY NOW. To book a group tour, please call Private Guide Rates. Climbing via ferrata in Slovenia – follow the vertical dream! Fixed rope routes are an exiting combination of hiking and climbing.
Climbing via ferrata is a protected climbing route where you will use steel cable to secure yourself and limit any fall. Whitness picturesque view and loose your breath to adrenaline rush by crossing vertical walls.This book is specifically for climbers of the Via Ferrata route.
There is an additional log book to sign at the top of the Alpspitze as well. The descent from this climb is the standard Nordwand route. The pictures below show both the start point of the ferrata and the descent via the Nordwand route%(4).The area is particularly renowned for its via ferrata, cabled routes predating the Great War which give superb access to some of the World’s most striking summits.
The metal wires, interspersed with breathtaking ladders and unlikely suspension bridges, provide aerial assault courses which combine the thrill of an ascent on rock with the.