Where are they?
The via ferratas form part of the mountainous and rocky terrain of the Cantabrian landscape. We can find them at different places in the province. The closest to Castilla Termal Balneario de Solares lies 38 minutes away and is the Via Ferrata Socueva, in Arredondo. See how to get there.
What are via ferratas?
These are horizontal and vertical routes found throughout the province of Cantabria in a natural setting. They are equipped with everything needed to enable the traveller to reach areas hard to get to, such as spikes, clamps, barriers, handrails, chains, hanging bridges and zipwires.
Why are via ferratas of interest?
These are an authentic adventure made for lovers of nature and mountains. Via ferratas have become the star activity of the open air. Walkers, mountaineers, climbers, or even simply lovers of adventure sports can traverse the mountains of Cantabria in complete safety.
Would you like to visit?
Access to the via ferratas is unrestricted and free, although it is always recommendable to go with a specialist guide who will show you the way and the accesses, for your maximum safety.
Cantabria has 6 via ferratas:
- La Hermida
- Vía Ferrata El Milar, in La Hermida
- Vía Ferrata de Los Llanos, in Camaleño
- Vía Ferrata del Cáliz, in Ramales de la Victoria
- Vía Ferrata del Risco, in Ruesga
- Vía Ferrata Socueva, in Arredondo
If you do not have the materials needed for the activity, you will find companies that hire out the equipment from €15, located beside their starting points.
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