Les Diablerets Via Ferrata

Les Diablerets

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The concept of the Via Ferrata came about in Italy and was largely developed in this country. A variant of rock climbing, it involves following a route through the rocks, equipped with a double-length safety rope. After collecting your equipment, take the cable car to the start of the Via Ferrata and get ready to start having fun!

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There are two Via Ferrata in Les Diablerets:
The "Tete au Chamois", or "Rocher Jaune" Via Ferrata is on the "rocher jaune", a superb cliff under the first stretch of the Glacier 3000 cable car line. The main difficulties lie in the many high, overhanging parts of the route. The start of the route can be reached by riding the Glacier 3000 cable car to the Col du Pillon (10 minutes) or on foot (2 hours).
Technical data:
Length: 830 m
Difference in height along the route: not important, the route follows the ledges
Time required: 2 to 3 hours

The Waterfall Via Ferrata is on a little cliff on the right bank of the Dar. The route is sporty and overhangs. It may be reached on foot by following the Dar waterfall trail on foot from Les Diablerets in the direction of the Col du Pillon, or directly from the Col du Pillon, in 10 minutes.
Technical data:
Length: 400 m
Difference in height along the route: not important, the route follows the ledges
Time required: 1 hour 30 minutes

Supervision available from Mountain Evasion, the Paradventure Centre or the Guide Company.

Opening times:
Every day from June to October.

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