Via ferrata are mountain trails through rocky areas or directly on the rock provided with cables, stairs and metal bridges. Using a special kit dedicated to this sport, climbers get caught by cables, being secured in the event of a fall.
The origins of this route are associated with the First World War, when the Italian army built several ferrisy trains in the Dolomites to move troops. These routes have been maintained, and are now practicable
Due to the protection system, ferry routes allow those with less climbing and climbing experience to reach exposed and hardly accessible places, but with impressive views.
Ferrari routes have varying degrees of difficulty, and the equipment consists of a helmet, a harness, a special ferris wheel insurance kit and gloves. Via ferrata is considered a sport for which good documentation is required before you start practicing it.
In Romania, the only ferry route is located in Cheile Rasnoavei, being located in the southern wall of the gates, its passage offering a spectacular perspective on the area.