Summary

It is often said that the via ferrata was "invented" to help warfare activities in the Alps during the two World Wars, and had little to do with enjoying the mountain. Fortunately, today the via ferratas have other purposes, and in recent years have become one of the most popular of all so-called extreme sports.
Ever since 1993, when the first via ferrata was equipped, the “Teresina” on the rock of Santa Cecilia, many more such pathways have sprung up in Montserrat. Canyons have also been fitted, usually for the purpose of descent, but some can also be climbed. 
The Montserrat Mountain Guides will accompany you along these itineraries, which, thanks to their stunning beauty and features, allow you to enjoy the many trilling sensations generated by this vertical terrain, until recently only reserved for experienced rock climbing activities.

 

Highlights

Location

Less than 50 km. from Barcelona

Operating days

Every day of the year

Languages

Cat - Cast - English - French

Insurance

Included

Gear

Included

Ratio

1:4

Experiences

Ferrata Teresina Barcelona

Ferrata Teresina

Key info

Duration

5

Location

41° 36' 23.958" N, 1° 48' 48.708" E

Requirements

Price

160€ - 200€

Ferrada de les Dames, Montserrat

Ferrata de les Dames

Short but intense medium difficulty itinerary
Key info

Duration

1/2 day

Location

41° 35' 0.596" N, 1° 48' 58.248" E

Requirements

Good physical condition

Price

180€ - 200€

Ferrada Joc de l'oca a Montserrat

Canal del Joc de l'Oca

Key info

Duration

4 hours

Location

41° 35' 26.362" N, 1° 48' 7.441" E

Requirements

Price

180€/group.

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