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Vía Ferrata in Málaga

Hanging bridges, zip lines, dams and handrails make the via ferrata a perfect discipline to enjoy a day in contact with nature and feel the adrenaline of adventure while staying safe.

This sport allows access to mountainous areas that are very difficult to reach thanks to special routes equipped with materials that prioritize safety. Visitors can enjoy the amazing views from the via ferrata and feel completely safe.

Below, we recommend some itineraries that you can enjoy near Palacio Solecio.

Vía ferrata in Atajate

This route is an ideal choice for those who do not have much experience in this discipline given its level of difficulty, K2, and the diverse and fun challenges that the hiker will have to face (from a monkey bridge to a Tibetan bridge). At the start, you will encounter a small overhang, but the rest of the route can be done without any difficulty.


Vía ferrata of Castillo del Águila

This route is considered one of the most complex in the Serranía de Ronda. Its difficulty level is set at K3 and combines a high level of physical engagement and technical knowledge; hence it is not recommended for those who are not well trained or inexperienced. On this route you will enjoy a zip line and both monkey and Tibetan bridges, as well as the breathtaking view of the Genal Valley and the Sierra Bermeja Natural Park.


Vía ferrata of Hondonero

This highly recommended and most sought-after route is in one of the best scenic and ecological areas of Malaga’s province. The route has a K2 difficulty level, making it ideal for the whole family. You will be able to enjoy some very simple overhangs, a wonderful route that leads to the Chamizo – one of the highest points in Malaga reaching 1,640 m. – and various highly entertaining side passes.

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