A via ferrata in a lakeside setting, arranged with great originality and with plenty of ironwork: ideal for scrambling up the steep rock above the water. Special highlights are the giant suspension bridge and the final Tyrolienne traverse (can be bypassed if necessary).
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.
The Swiss Alpine Guides' mountain guides will show you the magnificent world of eternal ice and teach you how to use ropes, pick-axe and pitons.
The experienced guidance of mountain guides make it possible for children to experience the two elements, rock and ice to the fullest.