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There are many reasons for choosing Via Ferrata in Switzerland:

The Swiss Alps offer a wide variety of via ferrata routes, from easier short tours to challenging trails in stunning mountains for the experienced climbers. These stunning mountains provide plenty of fun, adrenaline rushes and excitment with a wide diversity of trails.

 

 

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Country Code

+41

Best time to visit

May to October

Currency

Swiss Franc (CHF)

Language

German, French, Italian and Romansh are the official languages. Each language is spoken in different regions

Getting there

The biggest international airport in the country is in Zurich, followed by the airports in Geneva and Basel. There is also an extensive railway system and buses. Trains arrive from all parts of Europe daily and often in hourly intervals

Weather

The weather is fairly mild in the Swiss Alps during the spring, summer and autumn. In the summer, temperatures range between 20ºC to 25ºC. In autumn and spring weather is cooler, with temperatures getting down to about 10ºC. Although there is a fair amount of rain durint the year in Switzerland, there are plenty of sunny and clear days

More info about Via Ferrata in Switzerland:

Switzerland is a paradise for outdoor lovers, with a wide offer of activities and sports to be enjoyed year long. From mountaineering and rock climbing,to hiking and mountain biking, ski touring, canyoning or rafting, there are plenty of unique adventures to be had in the stunning Swiss Alps. Visit the cosmopolitan and chic city of Geneva, or the luxurious and modern Zurich, in the German part, and discover a vibrant nightlife and amazing food. Bern, the capital city, has an exceptionally-preserved medieval Old Town and it is also a world-class modern center.  

 

 

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