Synshorn Via Ferrata
Try an airy and exciting experience.
Suitable forFriends, Family
Degree of difficultyNormal, Hard
Experienced guides take you safely and securely up the steep mountain side and along narrow mountain ledges on an arranged route that takes you all the way to the top of Synshorn.
Season start: June 2024
The name Via Ferrata comes from Italy, where they built a “railway” or climbing path in the mountains during the First World War. Here they were established as part of the path network between the alpine huts to facilitate access to peaks. The modern version of the Via Ferrata is an organized route with fixed safety devices such as steel wire and steel hoops. This makes it possible for people without climbing experience to climb an almost vertical rock wall.
A climbing harness and helmet will be given to you by the guides. Mountain shoes and gloves are recommended.
On the Synshorn Via Ferrata there is a 14-year age limit, and all trips require a guide.