To give more visitors an opportunity to discover its cliffs, Parc national des Grands-Jardins set up a Via Ferrata circuit. A structured study to characterize the site was first carried out to minimize any ecological impacts. Find out more (in French only)
The via ferrata is an activity that combines hiking and rock climbing, and doesn’t require any specific experience or skill. The circuits are set up on a rock face equipped with cables, beams, and a variety of bridges and footpaths to facilitate your hike while ensuring your safety.
Whether your level is beginner, intermediate or advanced, you’ll create lasting memories on your via ferrata hike. Accompanied by a professional guide, you’ll discover spectacular scenery and take in breathtaking aerial views.
Rock faces and cliffs are fascinating natural environments, inaccessible to most of us. Via ferrata circuits are built with this in mind, to make these environments accessible to as many visitors as possible.
It is important to note that an advantage to this type of facility is using just one path to get to the cliff, thus minimizing the risk of impacts on the environment. The construction of a via ferrata is monitored regularly to ensure the conservation of the environment.
For groups of more than 8 people, bookings are only accepted by phone. Call the establishment directly.
All participants must meet the following requirements:
*Vertigo is an untreatable physiological condition often confused with the more common fear of heights, which can be overcome, especially with the help of an experienced guide.
The activity includes all the safety equipment (harness, lanyard and helmet). The lanyard includes 2 straps with hooks that can be connected at any time to the safety line (steel cable attached to the rock face all along the route).
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