Via Ferrata is a latin term meaning ‘Iron Way’. It uses iron cables, rungs, ladders and bridges to travel safely over mountain cliff faces.
This is Englands only Via Ferrata. It involves clipping yourself to an iron cable and climbing your way around an assault course on Fleetwith Pike’s towering cliff face and up to the summit of the mountain.
This activity should only be attempted by fit and the brave. This is not for the timid. A decent level of confidence and a good level of fitness are essential. Be warned that the ‘Burma Bridge’ and the ‘Cargo Net’ will send your heart racing!