Kid-friendly Via Ferrata in Catalunya


Bring your kids along for this via ferrata program in Girona, Catalonia. A great way to complement your holidays with an outdoors activity kids will love, with local AEGM-certified guide, Marc.

Catalan Coastal Range

1/2 Day

All year

Open to everyone

First Time


  • Enjoy a healthy exciting activity with the whole family.
  • Discover Costa Brava's beautiful setting while climbing right above the Mediterr
  • As it is not a sustained via ferrata, makes it great for kids.


Looking for a healthy, natural activity for your kids in Barcelona? Why not bring them along this kid-friendly via ferrata program? The Cala del Molí Via Ferrata is an exciting, gorgeous route, perfect for small and young kids from 7 years old. It’s never too early to get your Via Ferrata skills started!

The Cala del Molí Via Ferrata in Sant Feliu de Guíxols, Girona, offers several elements for kids to enjoy, including chains, cable bridges and ladders. Also, this activity takes place in a beautiful natural setting, with the iconic Costa Brava in the back.

This Via Ferrata is great for kids because there is an exit halfway and before the hardest sections. You will have the possibility to leave the Via Ferrata at this point, which is a good start for kids, or simply keep going if the group is doing well.

The estimated duration of this activity is between 2 and 3 hours. It is available all year round, every day of the week. So get the family ready, come along and enjoy a different angle of Costa Brava, Catalonia, near Barcelona.

If you are interested in this Kid-friendly Cala del Molí Via Ferrata in Girona program, request your booking! Also, if you are looking for more challenging via ferrata programs in this area, have a look at the Cala de Molí Via Ferrata in Girona, 1-day program, or the Teresina Via Ferrata in Montserrat, near Barcelona program.

Thanks for the interest on doing this Via Ferrata. The activity is open to kids at the age of 7.



I can recommend accommodation in Sant Feliu de Guixols or some nearby villages.

More info

The activity is open to kids at the age of 7. Notice we will be climbing around 40 meters above the sea so you cannot be afraid of heights. Weekends can be crowded so I always recommend doing it during weekdays. Photos and Gopro videos (taken by the guide) are also included in the price. Open toe shoes are NOT allowed!

Meeting point

We will meet in Carrer de Buenos Aires, 12, Sant Feliu de Guíxols. There will be parking available. If travelling with public transport from Barcelona I can pick up/drop off in Sant Feliu de Guíxols bus station or Sils train station, no extra fee added. Bus: take it in Estació del Nord. It takes 1 hour and 30 minutes. Train: take a train in one of the following stations: Sants, Passeig de Gracia, El Clot, Aragó or Sant Andreu Comtal. Take Line R11 direction Portbou (Girona) and exit at Sils. It takes 1 hour.


Equipment you will need to bring


Other gear: Comfortable sport clothes, a windstopper jacket, hiking or approach shoes, if not regular sport shoes, sunscreen, hat or cap.

About the guide

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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Prices per person

Group of 1

EUR 155 Each

Group of 2

EUR 93 Each

Group of 3

EUR 62 Each

Group of 4

EUR 52 Each

Group of 5

EUR 47 Each

Group of 6

EUR 47 Each

Want a different number of travellers?

Price includes

- Guiding fee

- Personal insurance

Price details

Liability and accident insurance, all via Ferrata equipment and pickup from/to Sils train station or Sant Feliu de Guixols bus station included in the price. Photos (taken by the guide) are also included in the price.

Pickup from/to Sils train station or Sant Feliu de Guixols bus station with more than 4 people can be done with an extra 70€ fee.

For booking assistance

Our experienced outdoor adventure team is ready to help you boost your experience and will assist you throughout the whole process, from the moment you choose a program until you return from your trip.


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