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Via Ferrata in the Czech Republic

Climb the ‘iron path’ up some of the superb sandstone mountains in the verdant and idyllic Czech countryside!

Head out for a day of family fun and any number of the country’s varied and scenic Via Ferrata climbs. Enjoy great views from the top with only the slightest of challenges to get there. “Compare and book a certified guide for your Via Ferrata trip with Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our Via Ferrata selection. The mountains are calling!

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There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Czech Republic

Via Ferrata gives you the chance to see your surroundings from above. And there is plenty of stunning scenery in the Czech Republic to see. Enjoy panoramic vistas of the green and rolling mountains of the Giant range as well as verdant valleys, evergreen forests and turquoise blue rivers and lakes carving the landscape.


Good to know:

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Czech koruna (CZK)

Best time to visit:

May to September, but some guides offer trips from April to October

How do I get there?

Any trip to the Czech Republic likely begins with a flight into the international airport in Prague (PRG). From here it is quite easy to take a bus or train to the north of the country, where most of the Via Ferrata routes are

What’s the weather like?

During the summer months, temperatures can get quite hot. July and August are the hottest months and frequently experience temperatures in the upper-20s. The rest of the summer months have average temperatures in the mid-20s. Storms are also quitte frequent in the summer, so be sure to have a few buffer days added to your trip in case of rain cancellations

More info about Via Ferrata in Czech Republic:

While there are several mountain chains that run through the Czech Republic, the best ones for Via Ferrata climbing are located in the country’s north, along the borders with Poland and Germany. Up in the north, Moravia nd Děčín are two of the most popular Via Ferrata destinations. They offer pretty simple routes that can easily be climbed in one day, but yield spectacular views over the fairytale-like surroundings. The Shepherd’s Wall is one of the country’s premier destinations. Boasting 16 Via Ferrata routes to its top and overlooking river, valley and city below, the route is certainly scenic and can be done with no previous experience. Indeed one of the best parts of climbing Via Ferrata is the fact that is can all be done with no previous experience and you only need to be in moderately good physical condition to do it

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