This via ferrata has two options: One that joins the three main walls that go to the summit, and a more complicated one that, halfway up the third wall, goes with difficulty towards a Tibetan bridge, and has a challenging exit on a steep wall to the summit.
For this second option, it is essential to be experienced and/or hire the services of a guide. It is a 190-m ascent and a 240-m descent, with an elevation change of 160 m. The via goes to different walls that are connected through the safety line. There are horizontal sections where it’s necessary to do some crossings. There is a medium-levelled section and another section for beginners.
Users do this activity under their own responsibility, since it’s a free entry and a free of charge access. The minimum safety equipment required is a helmet, a safety harness, and a double-anchored lanyard with carabiners and a via ferrata certified shock absorbing device. People without this material can hire it at the reception centre. The area has been equipped with climbs of grades III-V to enjoy and complete a good day’s activity.