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Via Ferrata in 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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There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Spain

The Iberian country is home to stunning natural scenery from the Pyreness in the north east to the Sierra Nevada in the southern region of Andalusia. The latter is blessed with some of the most beautiful and mountainous scenery in the whole of Spain. The former has a collection of climbs in Catalonia, some just a short drive from Barcelona.


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Best time to visit

Visit in autumn, winter and spring

What's the weather like?

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

More info about Via Ferrata in Spain:

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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