The Italian armies built the via ferratas in the Alps to facilitate the movement of troops through the mountains during the great European wars of the 20th century. Since then, thousands of mountaineers have travelled along them. They are the most difficult discipline in mountaineering but without the difficulty or the risks that would be involved without them. Today they are considered a top-class tourist attraction.
1- Natural via ferratas (rock):
- We plot and plan the mountain routes equipped to practice this exciting activity:
- Geological risk study.
- Cables with separate sections to facilitate maintenance.
- Anchoring, as used in the mining industry.
- Lanyard system integrated into the installation.
- Design of safety information and warning signs.
- Practice module to learn on.
- We adapt special adventure games to integrate them into via ferratas.
2- Urban via ferratas (artificial):
Free building walls (industrial warehouses, factories, silos, retaining walls, etc.) are ideal locations for the installation of sporting facilities. This option takes advantage of unused or unproductive spaces and provides adventure and active leisure activities in urban environments, both indoors and outdoors.