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Updated: Jul 22, 2022

A few years ago we started with a new hobby indoor climbing, in the mean time we got more and more exited about our new hobby. And last year we decided to start with Via Ferrata climbing. For those who are not familiar with this term I posted the definition from Wikipedia:

A via ferrata is a climbing route that employs steel cables, rungs or ladders, fixed to the rock to which the climbers affix a harness with two leashes, which allows the climbers to secure themselves to the metal fixture and limit any fall. The cable and other fixtures, such as iron rungs (stemples), pegs, carved steps, and ladders and bridges, provide both footings and handholds, as well. This allows climbing on otherwise dangerous routes without the risks of unprotected scrambling and climbing or the need for technical climbing equipment. They expand the opportunities for accessing difficult peaks as an alternative to rock climbing and mountaineering, both of which require higher skills and more specialized equipment. Within the following posts you can read and see our adventures..... to be continued

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