A full day of adventure that includes all 3 activities: Via Ferrata + Rappelling + Rock Climbing.
Via Ferrata: A unique activity using special equipment to climb with cables, rungs, and metal handles following an already built-in climbing course on the face of the cliff.
- Location: At the top of the Ramim Cliff above Kiryat Shemona in northern Israel. Super breathtaking views including the Hula valley, Mount Hermon, The Golan heights, all the way towards the Lebanon mountains.
- Via Ferrata: A unique activity using special equipment to climb with cables, rungs, and metal handles following an already built-in climbing course on the face of the cliff.
- Rappelling: Leaning off the edge of the cliff and sailing down to the bottom using ropes.
- Rock Climbing: Real Rock Climbing with the safety of the ropes and harness. With all levels to choose from, from the beginner to the advanced.
- Level: No experience necessary.
- Duration: 4 Hours
- Dates: Upon request.
- Meeting Point: Near Kibbutz Manara.
- Price: 2,500 NIS per group of 1-10 people.
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What is Via Ferrata?
– Via Ferrata means: “Iron Road” in Italian. A trip with a security technique where the hiker is exposed to altitude or complex passages. To avoid the danger of falling, the route is paved with ropes, stairs, cables, and accessories attached to the rocks. The technique allows us to secure the hiker (with the help of our Ferrata equipment) to the steel cables deployed along the track. The equipment includes a harness, helmet, and a dedicated set of two straps with a fall relay mechanism. The beginning of the “Iron Roads” is in the First World War. The method developed in the mountains of Northern Italy. The enabled passage of military units in the mountains and the transfer of equipment and supplies. Since then, the routes have evolved, and tracks have been built for sports, climbing, and hiking to varying degrees of difficulty. In Israel, the first Via Prata route was established in 2017 in the Ramim ridge and is called “Melech Way,” in memory of Nir Melech (RIP), hiker, and mountaineer.
- No previous experience with rappelling is required! Our professional guides will teach you how to rappel on the go.
- Minimum age: 8 Years.
- Equipment: Water, closed hiking shoes (sandals, “crocks”, etc. will not be allowed), a hat, sunscreen, food for the day, comfortable clothing
- The activity is insured and organized by qualified instructors.
Payment & Cancellation Terms:
- A credit card number will be taken for security.
- Payment in cash on the day of the trip.
- Payment of 500 NIS or more can also be made by credit card(+3% Charge).
- Cancellation fee up to 8 days before the trip: 30NIS per person. Cancellation fee up to 5 days before the trip: 50%. Cancellation within 48 hours from the beginning of the trip will be charged for the full price.