Suspended above the valleys, survey the iconic crags of the Gorges du Tarn or the Dourbie.
Here, the Grands causses, these immense limestone plateaus, interspersed with steep gorges, offer a grandiose playground with breathtaking panoramas.
Many via-ferrata itineraries are available for you to flirt with the heights.
Climbing vertical walls and crossing “dévers” becomes possible without having the physical condition of Chris SHARMA!
Fasten your harness, put on your helmet and attach your lanyards to the rope to set off on an assault on the cliffs. Follow the wire rope, which provides you with a lifeline along the way, for a truly vertical trek. Safety techniques for this activity are relatively quick to assimilate, and the verticality of the limestone means you’ll quickly come to grips with the sensations of the mountains.
2 courses, Liaucous and Le Boffi, ranging from easy to difficult, intersect regularly to give you a breather if you’ve bitten off more than you can chew. But be careful not to overestimate your physical capabilities!
Set off on a via ferrata trip accompanied by one of our qualified professionals, at your own pace, who will introduce you to the activity and enable you to quickly become autonomous on the courses. If you’re already a “via” enthusiast, then discover these magnificent routes with your own equipment or that rented from one of our professionals.