Via ferrata climbing

Via ferrata climbing is a mixture between hiking and free climbing. A via ferrata is a climbing route secured on natural or artificial rock using iron ladders, iron pegs, iron clamps (used as steps), steel ropes or chains. A via ferrata is a public installation, distinguished by the fact that it has a fixed, prescribed route. Via ferrata (Italian for “iron road”) is used as well as the term

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Via ferrata climbing

Tags: Tourism and Leisure time, Sports facilities, Climbing installations, Leisure time, Climbing
Spatial extent: Switzerland
Time: 2006

Map objects: Baltschieder Klettersteig zur Wiwannihütte, Braunwalder Klettersteig über die Eggstöcke, Daubenhorn-Klettersteig, Gorge-Alpine-Klettersteig, Gornerschlucht-Klettersteig, Graustock-Klettersteig, Jegihorn-Klettersteig, Klettersteig Aletsch, Klettersteig Allmenalp, Klettersteig Brunnistöckli/Zittergrat, Klettersteig Fürenwald, Klettersteig Gantrisch, Klettersteig Gaulihütte, Klettersteig Mürrenflue, Klettersteig Ostegghütte, Klettersteig Piz Mitgel, Klettersteig Sulzfluh, Klettersteig Zermatt, Schweifine, Mittaghorn-Klettersteig, Rigidalstock-Klettersteig, Rotstock-Klettersteig, Schwarzhorn-Klettersteig, Tälli-Klettersteig, Via Ferrata Angelino am Monte Generoso, Via Ferrata Diavolo, Via Ferrata Gabi, Via Ferrata Grande Chenalette mit Gratüberschreitung über die Pointe de Drône, Via Ferrata Pierredar, Via Ferrata San Salvatore, Via Ferrata d’Evolène Région, Via Ferrata de Planpraz, Via Ferrata de Rougemont am Le Rubli, Via Ferrata de Tière, Via Ferrata de la Cascade, Via Ferrata de la Tour d’Aï, Via Ferrata de la Tête aux Chamois, Via Ferrata del Lago, Via Ferrata du Belvédère, Via Ferrata du Lavanchy, Via Ferrata du Tichodrome, Via Ferrate de Moléson, Via Ferratea de Moiry