Via Ferrata comes from iron route and it is a route through many of the European mountains used by the solders of the second world war to navigate safely through these mountains.
The via ferrata was built with iron steps and with the help of steel cable, slides, bridges and other devices accelerating the passage of the soldiers. Later these roads were improved, giving to the tourists the opportunity to take advantage of this experience in mountain with maximum security. With heights between 150 and 200m and is an unforgettable experience full of adrenaline.
In Portugal you find these routes over the border with Spain in the Ronda area, taken from the Arrabida mountains 30KM from Lisbon, it is here here that you can do these exciting trails on a climbing adventure that you wont forget accompanied by trained professionals and all the modern safety equipment and requirements in place.
Different levels of this experience are possible depending on your group composition and wishes.
Minimum group size: 8
2 or 3 day tours from 200 euro per person
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