Via Ferratas

Via Ferrata

Via Ferrata

A very modern occurrence, equipped by the Spanish Federation of Mountain Sports. The routes are part funded by the local town halls and the Federation to increase adventure tourism in on the Costa Blanca. Down load available for Ponoch, El Cid and Castello. Newer version out soon, for up dates go to the facebook page.

El Ponoch Via Ferrata: Was equipped in 2008 it is 250m of vertical height gain. Followed by a two pitch abseil. It is possible to continue to the top of the mountain via a grade 3 scramble which is well worth doing.

Via Ferrata mini guideEl Cid Via Ferrata: Is the oldest and longest route, is does traverse  a lot in order to find the line of least resistance.

Castello de Salvatierria: The shortest route being only 90m high but still interesting with a wire bridge. Perhaps combined with climbing in the area or El Cid.

Les Marcjes: Which is just above Gandia is short, little hard and interesting with a short bridge to start.

Xorrat de Cati: Not far from Forada is the shortest and easiest.

There are other Via Ferratas being install                                                                                                       which should be finished shortly.