Bring adventure to your trip to Catalonia with this one-day via ferrata program near Girona, just above the Mediterranean sea. Join Marc, AEGM certified guide, on a tour open to every skill level –perfect to bring your friends and family along.
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Bring some adventure to your visit to Barcelona, with this one-day via ferrata program in the beautiful area of Lleida. Get ready to have some fun as we move to Cagate Lorito or Feliz Navidad, the hardest via ferratas in Spain. Prepare your arms for some demanding overhanging sections!
On this tour, I will guide you along overhanging sections, bridges, airy traverses, pendulums, zipline and more amazing features. Its combination of an amusement park and a physically demanding activity is very unique. This program makes for a perfect big challenge on your trip to Spain.
This program has an estimated duration of between 3 and 4 hours. It is also available every day of the week, all year round. Plus, note that on this program I will take a maximum of 4 guests.
Finally, the price includes all the technical equipment (like harnesses, helmets and lanyards), as well as your insurance. So get ready to make the best of Catalonia.
There are many other easier via ferratas in Catalonia that you can choose from. Depending on the province you are visiting, it will be a pleasure to guide you on one of the following:
Barcelona: Baumes Corcades (Osona), Canal de les Dames (Montserrat Mountain).
Girona: Roca de la Creu (Ripollès), Cala del Molí (Baix Empordà).
Lleida: Urquiza-Olmo (Àger).
Tarragona: Morera del Montsant and Patacons (Priorat).
Interested in this challenging Via Ferrata in Lleida? Request your booking! For other via ferrata programs in this area, have a look at this Les Baumes Corcade Via Ferrata near Barcelona.
- Guiding fee
- Personal insurance
Liability and accident insurance, all via ferrata equipment and pick up at Balaguer train station or other nearby station included in the price. Photos (taken by the guide) are also included in the price.
If you decide to spend the night around Sant Llorenç de Montgai contact me and I will give you some suggestions.
This is an arm strength demanding activity and you must be able to do pull-ups easy to enjoy this Via Ferrata. You should wear comfortable sport clothes and shoes, mountain oriented if possible. Take sunscreen. Pick up and drop off can be arranged at an additional fee depending on where you are staying. Notice that it is also possible to do a Via Ferrata in another location, contact me and ask for the option. It is possible to have a nice lunch in the typical restaurant right at the parking lot.
We will meet in Balaguer bus station. From Barcelona take a bus at Estació del Nord. Take the ALSA buses that go to Balaguer at 9:00pm. You will arrive at Balaguer at 11:05 and I will be waiting for you at the bus station. If traveling by car, we will meet in Sant Llorenç de Montgai; 30 minutes drive north Lleida, around 2 hours drive from Barcelona.
Other gear: Sport and comfortable clothes and shoes, if possible mountain oriented and adapted to the weather. Good friction approach shoes are very recommended, rain jacket, snacks.
AEGM Rock Climbing Guide
Ever since I was a kid I have been in contact with nature, and this has been my environment. Family traditions led to my first steps in the hiking world. I discovered wonderful places and learned to enjoy and respect the mountains. Still vivid in my memories are the ascents around Ordesa NP and the Catalan Pyrenees during my childhood.
At the age of eighteen I took my first steps in rock climbing. I dedicated some years climbing traditional classic routes, with the Montsec range as my school. With the experience gained I widened my horizons and started discovering new walls: Ordesa, Puig Campana, Penyal d'Ifach, Los Mallos de Riglos, Montrebei, Terradets...
In 2000, I got my Civil Engineer degree. I then spent my holidays climbing. At this point I started exploring the big possibilities France and its walls opened up: Verdon, Vercors, Jonte...
In 2002 I went on a one-year trip to Australia, but without climbing. After that year I realized rock climbing was my real passion. At then started spending as much time as I had climbing. My climbing trips starting taking me further and further. It was in Switzerland where I discovered my favorite climbing terrain: the amazing limestone walls of Wendenstöcke, Rätikon, Sanetsch... After that, new destinations kept coming: UEA, Jordan, Morocco, Dolomites, Sardinia, Corsica...
Finally, I decided to become a Climbing Guide and offer all my climbing experience to you.
My formal training started in 2011, as I became a Climbing Monitor of the High Mountain Catalan Academy (ECAM). Just after that, in 2012, I got my Climbing Sport Technician degree.
Not satisfied with that, I continued my training to get the highest climbing degree available in Spain. In the spring of 2014 I finished my training and became a Climbing Superior Sport Technician.
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Marc was an awesome guide. I highly recommend anyone in Costa Brava to check out Via ferrata. I had the best time and I owe that to Marc.
Marc is a professional and very knowledgeable tour guide. He ensured: we had the proper equipment; we understood the trek; we were safe; we had fun.
I would absolutely recommend Marc to anyone looking for adventure in the Barcelona/Costa Brava area. We had an amazing and one of a kind experience and were able to see the coastline from an incredible perspective. He is extremely knowledgeable, professional, and FUN! I can’t recommend this experience enough!
Hicimos la vía ferrata de Sant Feliu de Guíxols y todo fué perfecto. Marc transmite toda la seguridad y confianza que necesitamos los primerizos. Además, dejarte guiar por alguien que ves que lleva las montañas y la naturaleza dentro enriquece más la experiencia. Ya estamos pensando en repetir porque nos ha enganchado!
Me and my boyfriend had a perfect climbing via ferrata experience with Marc as our guide in Sant Feliu de Guíxols. As we have not been doing via ferrata in Spain before Marc made us feel safe about the whole thing. To find a guide that could customize the trip for just us two was exactly what we wanted. We highly recommend him!
two friends and I did a via ferrata trip at Costa brava and he was a great guide!! He was encouraging and a great teacher. He even picked us up from the train station! overall a really fun experience, I would highly recommend going on a climbing trip with Marc!!
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