Physically demanding or accessible, high-altitude or urban, vertiginous or recreational… via ferratas give a broad section of the general public the opportunity to get to grips with the exposure inherent in rock climbing and to experience unique sensations with only minimal instruction.
Suspended from natural features such as trees, rocks and cliff faces, or from artificial structures, high-ropes trails bring out the adventurer inside everyone.
Installed in forests, tourist complexes or leisure parks, they add an extra dimension to a site's tourist and recreational facilities.
Walkways, aerial bridges, viewing platforms, cliffside paths and more… These are all installations that give the general public access to safe walking routes in remarkable, spectacular and often inaccessible places.
Climbing schools are a completely safe place to learn to rock climb. They are where you go to learn technique and how to climb autonomously before taking on a crag.
They are suitable for climbers of all abilities, from beginners to experts, and used for keeping in training and improving.