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Discover the stunning mountain scenery and thrilling via ferrata routes of the Tena Valley!

Nestled at the southern foot of the mighty Pyrenees Mountains, the Tena Valley is home to plenty of incredible via ferrata climbing adventures. From verdant valley floors to rugged mountain summits, take in the extraordinary views provided by these via ferratas and gain some altitude! Compare and book a certified guide for your trip on Explore-Share.com: 1500+ guides, 70+ countries and more than 8000 different programs to choose from. Take a pick from our selection of Via Ferrata trips in the Tena Valley. The mountains are calling!

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FAQs: Via Ferrata in Tena Valley

What should I know about Via Ferrata Tena Valley?

Situated on the southern side of the Pyrenees Mountains, in the province of Huesca, the Tena Valley is home to some of Aragon’s highest peaks and most impressive via ferratas.

Boasting numerous options to climb, including the Santa Elena, Sorrosal and Foradada del Toscar, among others, there is plenty here to keep even the most avid via ferrata climbers occupied.

With so many different options to choose from, there are plenty of great climbs for participants of ever level. This makes the Tewna Valley the perfect holiday spot for families with young children and adrenaline-seekers alike!

Regardless of the choice you make, one thing is certain: enjoying incredible views of some of the iconic peaks that surround the valley, including Balaitus, La Gran Facha and Los Infiernos.

Why should I choose Tena Valley for my Via Ferrata adventure?

Stunning scenery

From the forested foothills enveloping the valley to the rugged and rocky mountain peaks that tower far above, the Tena Valley is home to some simply incredible scenery. Combining the approaches with the via ferrata ascents is the perfect way to see as much of this incredible scenery as you can.

Come for the culture

Unfortunately, you won’t be able to spend all of your trip out on the iron rails. Either before or after you climb, take some time to check out the traditional villages (one of which you may well stay in). Here, you’ll see various types of houses, get to sample some of the exquisite local cuisine and check out some of the local historic monuments.

Everyone can do it

One of the many perks of climbing via ferrata is how accessible it is to just about everyone. Even if you’ve never gone rock climbing before, using a combination of ropes, ladders, rungs and bridges, you’ll be able to reach new heights. Enjoy all the perks that come with rock climbing without needing any of the technical knowhow!

What can I expect from the weather during my Via Ferrata trip in Tena Valley?

During the climbing season, average daily temperatures in the Tena Valley are quite pleasant, ranging from 15 ºC to 25 ºC. Summer is also the driest time of year in the Tena Valley.

How can I get to Tena Valley?

Any trip to the Tena Valley likely begins with a flight into Zaragoza Airport (ZAZ), which can be reached from several major European Airports and all of Spain’s largest airports. From here, it is possible to rent a car and make the 1.5 hour drive northeast. It is also possible to get there by bus, but this takes slightly longer.

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Best time to climb

May to October

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