A via ferrata is a route up the rocks that is secured all the way with cables and, where necessary, ladders. For mountain sports lovers, it represents a halfway house between mountain walking and mountaineering. The link on the right takes you to details of what's available locally.
Jägihorn via ferrata, 3206 m
This panoramic via ferrata in the High Saas area offers sheer climbing excitement and fantastic views all around the circle of 4000 m peaks of the Saas region. It is possible to avoid the long rope bridge followed by strenuous vertical walls… but it would be a shame to do so.
Mittaghorn via ferrata 3143 m
Easy to medium-hard via ferrata in the xxxxx region. At the top, you are rewarded with a magnificent view from the heart of the Saas circle of 4000 m peaks.
Via Ferrata del Lago
This via ferrata goes from the Almagell valley into the Antrona valley in Italy (a 2-day tour). In fine weather you can see as far as Lake Maggiore.
Mini via ferrata in Saas-Grund
You don't always have to go right up high to get the via ferrata feeling. This mini via ferrata is just a few minutes away from the valley station of the cable car in Saas-Grund.
Furggstalden climbing garden
A newly refurbished climbing garden for children and beginners, on terrain that is not too steep. Learn the first steps in climbing and abseiling through play.