- Via Ferrata is a route up a mountain through cliffs or a rock wall.
- It is generally known as high technical level hiking, or low level climbing.
- The objective is to be able to reach places of great beauty but difficult to access, for this the route is secured with metal rungs at the most complicated points and a steel cable (life line) to which we will always be subject with a harness.
- It is the perfect activity to get started in the world of climbing safely with a guide who will explain everything and help you progress.
- High technical level hiking or easy level climbing, this is how we define this vertical activity. Climbing mountains with the help of steps and harness.
- We have routes available in Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, San Agustín and Santa Lucía de Tirajana.
- Location: Bahia Feliz
- Suspension Bridge: Optional
- Approach: 2 km
- Route: Ascent (75 meters)
- Return: 2 km
- The completion of the climb will depend on weather conditions.
- The start time can be scheduled in the morning or in the afternoon.
- The activity has a duration of four hours.
- The difficulty of the climb is K3 (Medium Level).
The activity also includes:
- Accident insurance.
- Harness, dissipator and helmet.
- Snack (cereal bar and isotonic drink).
- Book the experience at least 5 days in advance.
- No previous experience is necessary, only a minimum of physical fitness and not being too afraid of heights.
- This experience can be enjoyed by up to a maximum of 10 people.
Equipment and clothing
It is mandatory to wear the following:
- Comfortable sportswear.
- Mountain or sports shoes.
- Something warm if the activity is in the afternoon.
- 1.5 liters of water
- Kleenex and plastic bag
- Sun protection (sunscreen, hat, sunglasses)
- A backpack that can hold all the above items.
We also recommend wearing gloves for a better experience.
The photos merely illustrate the experience and are not legally binding representations.
Contact Isla de Regalos for any questions regarding this experience and its conditions before purchasing.