Synshorn Via Ferrata
The Synshorn Mountain is situated between the lakes Bygdin and Vinstre. Experienced guides take you safely up the steep rock face at the front of the mountain. The view is simply breathtaking. There are a couple of resting areas (bench/cliff gallery) on the way.
The name Via ferrata originates in Italy, where iron paths were constructed in the Dolomites under the First Word War to improve the accessibility of the mountains for the troops.
The modern Via ferrata is a climbing path with iron steps and wires in steep rock faces. You don't need any former climbing experience, but you should be in reasonably good physical shape.
Minimum age 14 years.
For more information and booking, visit www.synshorn.no