Via Ferrata trips – Spain

Conquer the Spanish summits with thrilling climbs and sublime landscapes

Spain’s rocky terrain in the north east and extreme south creates a natural playground for climbers of all levels, from first-timers to seasoned climbers. The steel cables, footholds and ladders of the via ferrata make it easier to navigate steep and rocky landscapes. Which means you don’t need to be a professional climber to conquer some of the great summits of Europe. Visit in autumn, winter and spring.


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Located in the Iberian Peninsula in the southwest of Europe, Spain is home to almost 47 million people. It is bordered to the south and east by the Mediterranean Sea, to the west by Portugal, to the northeast by France and Andorra, and northwest by the Bay of Biscay. The Pyrenees Mountain range extends the northern borders from the Mediterranean Sea to the Bay of Biscay. In the south, the main mountain rangs are the Sierra Morena and the Baetic System.



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Spain is characterized as a Mediterranean climate, with hot and dry summers, and mild and rainy winters.





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Best time to visit

Visit in autumn, winter and spring.




What People Say

  • 10 reviews


Rafa, is a terrific guide. My family had a fantastic time on the via feratta route he took us
on in Archidona. I found Rafa to be professional, friendly, client-centered and safe. You will have to initiate the majority of the contact, but the experience is likely to be the highlight of your trip to southern Spain. I plan on recontacting Rafa when we are next in the area. He provides all the needed equipment.
My husband and I visited Spain in August and made sure to add a via ferratta to our ‘to do’
list. Franscec was a wonderful guide. We loved his geology knowledge (we’re both geoloigsts), as well as his knowledge about the flora and fauna. The trip was fun, but we would have loved to have gone on a longer trip. Next time! We highly recommend this trip to anyone who is looking for a fun outside adventure.
Stephanie Dudash for Via Ferrata Barcelona
It was amazing and unforgatable day in rocks near Barcelona. Very exсiting view during the all route. Marc is the
best guide ever, communicative, cheerfull and very responsive. Thanks him to share this greate experience with us. No fear anymore 😉
Both Explore-Share and Francesc gave us exactly the info we needed in a very short time, due to our program
in Barcelona and around. There were no delays of any kind in our collaboration with both of them.
Roxana Ursu for Via Ferrata Barcelona
It was great! We had a great day with Rafa, he is very relaxed. This Via Ferrata is a perfect
ferrata if you are a starter of not very experienced yet.
Nothing but positive reviews, Carlos has a calm personality and he really pushed the pace for me, which I
appreciated. Would do this anytime again
The via ferrata at las damas was amazing! The route is easy for people who have rock climbing experience, but
also doable for everyone else!
Brian Huynh for Via Ferrata Barcelona
The via ferrata trip to Cala del Moli was amazing! Carlos was a great guide who was very kind and
supportive and able to manage the different ability levels in our group. Would highly recommend.
I had a terrific time. Carlos did an excellent job of organizing the day – making sure I had proper
equipment, and knew how it differed from climbing gear. He did a great job of assessing my skill level as a first time via ferrata/intermediate climber, and had me tackle increased challenges as my confidence grew. Because I finished more rapidly than planned, we also did an enjoyable hike. He was excellent company; I would recommend him to others, and happily  climb ir do via ferrata with Carlos guiding again. Carlos also made a great suggestion when he pointed me to Montserrat as a place to stay. Overall, just what I was looking for.

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