"Via Ferrata" means "ironed way" in Italian: itineraries that make their way through rock cliffs are equipped with cables, stairways and such to make it accessible to all and ensure users' safety. On the contrary to what is commonly thought, via ferratas were not born in the Dolomites during the first World War, but were invented almost a century before in Austria, in a touristic purpose!
Today, it's a very amusing way to get acquainted with the vertical world, with simple techniques and logistics. The activity is appropriate to adults and kids over 6 years old who are fairly comfortable with hights.
Private engagement: Haute-Savoie or other areas on demand, from April to October. Guiding cost pending the length and difficulty of the itinerary. 1 to 8 persons per mountain guide.
Rock climbing takes our focus back to body movements, as we once did as kids: we imagine new ways to leverage our strength, visualize a path across the cliff, try and fail, try and succeed...
Outdoors, the natural surroundings and the unique feeling of the rock will make of a day out climbing a relaxing and resourcing moment.
The climbing gym on the other hand offers a great place no play not matter what the weather is and a reassuring environment that will allow all to focus on climbing.
This activity is appropriate to all adults and kids as of 6 years old or even younger.