Private Via Ferrata Tour near Red Lake
Experience the thrill of rock climbing with this 1.5-2 h via ferrata adventure on the rocky walls of the Kiscohard Massif! This engineered vertical adventure powered by metal rungs, fixed iron ropes and an aerial bridge, is totally secure and perfect for those of all experience levels. Strap on your harness and follow the instructions of your guide, conquer your fear of height and enjoy the gorgeous scenery of Red Lake, the surrounding mountain peaks and the Bicaz Gorges from above. With a secured route and all necessary equipment provided, this fully guided tour is a family-friendly outing.
Exciting 1.5-2 hour Via Ferrata experience in the Eastern Carpathians
Stunning views of Red Lake, the Bicaz Gorges and the surrounding mountains
Full instruction and equipment provided, no experience needed
Whether you’re new to the climbing world or an experienced pro, this Via Ferrata tour is a great way to challenge yourself and get a bird’s eye view of Red Lake, the Bicaz Canyon and its surroundings. It’s all made possible by climbing a series of iron cables and ladders, each of which provide a safe, protected, way to challenge yourself and gain a unique viewpoint above this amazing natural area. Travel to Red Lake or Lacu Rosu in Romanian to meet your professional guide, who will teach you the ins and outs of Via Ferrata and explain how to use your equipment, ensuring a safe and fun ascent. Along with a helmet, you’ll be provided with a harness and lanyards, made up of two leashes that are clipped onto the cable for safety. Then it’s time to begin your climbing challenge above Red Lake resort. With the entire route secured in this manner, Via Ferrata is a family-friendly activity. As you make your way up guided by a series of fixed cables and ladders, stop to admire the scenery. In the second half of the trail you will also need to cross the trails iconic suspension bridge. Here you may write down a few words about your experience in the trail’s guestbook hidden at the end of the bridge. Your Via Ferrata adventure ends at the top of the 1345 m high Kiscohard or Suhardu Mic Massif where we can rest for a while, discuss the thrills of the tours and even trek a bit to get a glimpse of the Bicaz Gorges from above. From the peak we hike down and get back to the cars on a hiking trail.
Please note that while no prior climbing experience is necessary, guests should be fit enough to climb a ladder.