The Via Ferrata, which literally means “iron path” in Italian, is a specially equipped route within a rock face, incorporating cables, ladders, ramps, and various other devices designed to make your progression along the rock face smooth and secure. The key element ensuring optimal safety is the presence of a lifeline or handrail, allowing enthusiasts of this activity, commonly referred to as ferratists, to self-secure throughout their journey.
The two unique features of the Devil’s Bridge Via Ferrata are its idyllic location in the municipality of Thueyts, near Aubenas, and the fact that it is the first via ferrata in Ardèche. It is an ideal place for an introduction to climbing or a great playground for more experienced climbers, above the sparkling waters of the Ardèche. This exceptional location not only provides the thrill of climbing but also captivates with its natural beauty in every season.