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46 Via Ferrata
Aided routes that develop in High Monteain environments, generally reaching at least 3000 meters.
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116 Via Ferrata
Routes aided with approaching 30 minutes or less.
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76 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries where it is possible to use a cable car on the approach
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73 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries where it is possible to use a lift in the return.
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25 Via Ferrata
Aided routes where you go through tunnels where a torch is recommended or necessary
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20 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries where there are passages on ice or perennial snowfields that generally require the use of crampons even in summer.
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67 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries where we find traces of important historical events
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41 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries where there are individual free climbing passages or sections of routes that require basic mountaineering experience.
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136 Via Ferrata
Aided itineraries with a total duration of 6 hours or more or 15 km in length
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Aided itineraries where there are Tibetan bridges, bridges of monkeys or walkways to cross empty tracts.
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139 Via Ferrata
Routes aided with stairs that allow you to go up vertical sections of the route.
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8 Via Ferrata
Aided routes where there is a pulley or zip line - generally optional - to cover a stretch of the itinerary.
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