Climbing – Roping up

Climbing – Roping up

Via Ferrata

A Via Ferrata is a sports itinerary for negotiaiting a rock wall with specific equipment: cables, bars, footbridges and monkey bridges to progress and belay.

It is used with individual and compulsory safety equipment, the aim being to enable progression without resorting to the classical techniques of mountaineering and climbing.

Via Ferrata of la Grande Fistoire

Near Sisteron and the lake of Serre-Ponçon is the village of Le Caire, « Lou Caïre », a rock in Provencal. On this 250m-high limestone wall you will meet: a footbridge, slope, nepalese bridge and flying foxes (150 m, 130 m and 220 m): one of the most beautiful hikes in France. (in french)

Via Ferrata of the Rocher de Neuf heures

In Digne-les-Bains, the Via Ferrata of the Rocher de Neuf Heures overlooks the town with an incredible view of Haute-Provence and the massif de l’Estrop. Nepalese bridge over 50 m above the ground, beams and flying foxes to give you a thrill. (in english)

Ferrate in the cliff-Meichira to Prads Upper Bléone

The via ferrata is located on the cliff Meichira; it directly overlooks the village of Prads.
The summit overlooks the Riou Aune, it offers a vertical drop of 300 meters and can discover a breathtaking panorama.
At South Valley Bléone, a tributary of the Durance, hints of landscapes of Haute Provence. In the north, the mountains and head Estrop, Dignois culmination of nearly 3000 meters, can feel this alpine environment.  (in english)


Whatever your style or level, there is always a cliff for you to climb. The Verdon is well-known for its ways which are among the most beautiful in Europe, and you can climb all year round (a lot of sunny days in winter).

Treetop adventure playgrounds

For young and old alike, if you want the thrill of being like Tarzan, come and fly or run from tree to tree, in complete safety up and sometimes to 12 metres above the ground.

Climbing with service providers

Brochure (in french)

See brochure falaises, canyon, via ferrata on calaméo

Download brochure falaises, canyon, via ferrata (format pdf – 3 mo)