Via Ferrata in Spain

Via Ferrata in Spain

Directory of Via Ferrata. Check prices, techniques and get the best offers through the different Via Ferrata companies. Find the different alternatives of this climbing sport, the Via Ferrata.
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Easy via ferrata over the sea: Cala de Molí
Via Ferrata Vic (Barcelona)
Easy via ferrata over the sea: Cala de Molí
35€ per person
10 reviews
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Via Ferrata in Cala de Molí 2h 30 min
Via Ferrata Sant Feliu De Guixols (Girona)
Via Ferrata in Cala de Molí 2h 30 min
30€ per person
Last 95 days ago
7 reviews
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Via Ferrata Induction in Costa Brava
Via Ferrata Collbato (Barcelona)
Via Ferrata Induction in Costa Brava
25€ per person
7 reviews
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Via ferrata for experts: La Teresina, Catalonia
Via Ferrata Vic (Barcelona)
Via ferrata for experts: La Teresina, Catalonia
60€ per person
4 reviews
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Via Ferrata for Beginners in Salenys
Via Ferrata Girona (City) (Girona)
Via Ferrata for Beginners in Salenys
35€ per person
4 reviews
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Initiating Via Ferrata in Vilafranca del Penedès
Via Ferrata Sant Sadurni D'anoia (Barcelona)
Initiating Via Ferrata in Vilafranca del Penedès
25€ per person
3 reviews
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2h via ferrata in Carcauz cliff
Via Ferrata El Cabo De Gata (Almería)
2h via ferrata in Carcauz cliff
25€ per person
Last 54 days ago
3 reviews
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Via Ferrata Madrid, opcional transport
Via Ferrata Madrid (City) (Madrid)
Via Ferrata Madrid, opcional transport
50€ per person
2 reviews
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Via Ferrata in La Teresina of Montserrat
Via Ferrata Collbato (Barcelona)
Via Ferrata in La Teresina of Montserrat
25€ per person
Last 9 days ago
2 reviews
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Via Ferrata in Hoz de Priego, 2 hours
Via Ferrata Buendia (Cuenca)
Via Ferrata in Hoz de Priego, 2 hours
40€ per person
2 reviews
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Medium Level Via Ferrata, Cala Moli. 2h
Via Ferrata Girona (City) (Girona)
Medium Level Via Ferrata, Cala Moli. 2h
35€ per person
2 reviews
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Via Ferrata Level 2 for Adults in the Pyrenees
Via Ferrata Jaca (Huesca)
Via Ferrata Level 2 for Adults in the Pyrenees
39€ per person
2 reviews
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All the Via Ferrata companies

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Alto Miera Aventura Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata La Cavada (Cantabria)
Alto Miera Aventura
15€ per person
13 Prices
1 Feedback
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La Sargantana Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Collbato (Barcelona)
La Sargantana
25€ per person
4 Prices
2 reviews
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nor3 Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Ramales De La Victoria (Cantabria)
nor3
15€ per person
9 Prices
8 reviews
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Costa Verde Aventura Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Celorio (Llanes) (Asturias)
Costa Verde Aventura
40€ per person
3 Prices
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Catalonia Adventures Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Sant Sadurni D'anoia (Barcelona)
Catalonia Adventures
25€ per person
3 Prices
2 reviews
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Multiaventura Buendía Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Buendia (Cuenca)
Multiaventura Buendía
35€ per person
3 Prices
2 reviews
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Inguru Abentura Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Albeniz (Álava)
Inguru Abentura
50€ per person
3 Prices
1 Feedback
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Isadia Aventura Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Madrid (City) (Madrid)
Isadia Aventura
50€ per person
3 Prices
2 reviews
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Cingles Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Castellar De N'hug (Barcelona)
Cingles
40€ per person
2 Prices
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Entrecaminos Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Málaga (City) (Málaga)
Entrecaminos
29€ per person
2 Prices
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Mugitu Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Estella/lizarra (Navarra)
Mugitu
15€ per person
2 Prices
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ActivaSur Vía Ferrata
Via Ferrata Granada (City) (Granada)
ActivaSur
50€ per person
1 Prices

Tips if you are going to do Via Ferrata in Spain

If you are a fan of nature, the mountains and incredible sights you need to try a Via Ferrata. This is a very complete sport which combines hiking, trekking and climbing. You will climb and ascend walls thanks to the rock’s staples, cross bridges in which you’ll see the whole under your feet, and even pass from a mountain to another through zip-lining. Are you feeling now like going to an adventure?
1. Nature will be the protagonist

One of the main reasons that will push you to try this activity, is the direct and continuous contact with the greenery, fields, mountains, trees, land, and even the skies, because we assure you that in more one occasion you will feel like floating. A set of ravines, rocky formations and steep mountains will be waiting for you. And the best part is, that, to guarantee your safety and make easy the journey, you’ll see a steel cable throughout the whole trail, to which you will be strapped by a harness system.
Nature will be the protagonist
Meet adventurous just like you
2. Meet adventurous just like you

The best thing when practicing any type of extreme or adventures sport, is that you will coincide with other people, who will connect with you because having the same passion, so you already have to topics to talk about and new challenges to surpass together. Generally, the vias ferratas are carried out with groups with 4 to 8 people per instructor, this can vary depending on the type of via and place. And, of course, you can seize the opportunity to escape from the city with your friends, and share together this experience.
3. Practice various sports in one activity

Like we said above, the vias ferratas are some fun tours, where various activities of mountaineering are combined, from there it becomes an exercise in which practically the whole body works and where you can check which discipline you love the most. You need to remember that not all the ferratas are the same and not all present the same elements. But in the majority of it, you will need to demonstrate your arm’s strength whilst climbing the stairs or staples, also your balance when moving throughout the bridge’s cables to another one, and your bravery to surpass all the obstacles found in the trail.
Practice various sports in one activity
The life in vertical and horizontal perspectives
4. The life in vertical and horizontal perspectives

In Spain there is around 230 equipped vias ferratas, that is to say, they have all the necessary elements to be completed by fans of this sport. Depending on the place and the via you choose, you can see the life vertically or horizontally, having even ferratas that present sections of the 2 modalities.
5. Levels adapted for everyone

One of the positive aspects of this sport, is that provides options for everyone. It is not necessary to be an expert or to have a great physical condition to enjoy a via ferrata, moreover, even those who don’t practice sports a lot, can do it, although, in that case, you need to know that you will suffer muscle soreness the next day. There are 6 difficulty levels that are established under the characteristics of the via and having on mind the strength and resistance needed, the psychological requirement and the previous experience that is had in the mountain. So, both the non experienced like the mountaineering veterans have a adventure waiting for you.
Levels adapted for everyone
Planning a via ferrata?

The ferratas are carried out throughout the whole year. In Summer, you will need to rise early, because that way you avoid the heat-peak hours, and in Winter, the start time is delayed a little to try to get a warmer temperature. Only on the cases of rainy or windy days, the activity is suspended. We recommend you to seize Spring or Autumn season to practice this sport since nature’s color palette, green, yellow and orange, are just a beauty to see.