Enguera VIA FERRATA

From 60€
Transport, Guide, Material, Insurance Saturday 08/10/22
Via ferrata de Fuente de Godalla, one of the most impressive via ferrata in the Valencian community with the second longest TIBETAN bridge in all of Spain (80 meters) and a zip wire between 2 mountains of almost 70 meters that crosses the ravine! Super Adrenaline! If you are afraid of the zip Wire you have the alternative and not to do it.
After the Via Ferrata we will go to visit Bocairent.

 

With a level of K3 and a height of 180 metres, Via Ferrata Fuente Godalla de Enguera is divided into two sections. After the first section we fly like a bird through a 70-meter zip wire between 2 mountains (if you are scared you can avoid it and use a bridge) we start the second section where we will enter the Tibetan bridge (second largest in Spain) and a rappel.
Difficulty: This route has a difficulty of K3 which is medium level (Initiation), it is not necessary to have previous experience in via ferratas but you must be physically fit and must not have vertigo.
Time: The activity will last more or less 3 hours.
The place: It is located in Enguera, which is about 90 kms from Valencia and 15 kms from Xativa.
Vía Description
Difficulty level: K3 Medium (Initiation) (No previous experience is necessary, but be physically fit and must not have vertige)
Equipped route: 180m
Ascent drop: 50m

Program

08:45 Departure
We will meet at 8:45am in front of Mestalla
10:30 Arrival
We will arrive around 10:30 and have a short break
11:00 Start the hike
We will start the hiking tour
14:00 Finish the Activity & Bocairent
14:00 We will finish the activity and leave to Bocairent
14:30 Bocairent Time
About 2:30 p.m. we arrive in Bocairent and free time to eat, drink something and visit the town
18:15 Back to Valencia
We will meet at the bus and go back to Valencia

Todos nuestro viajes están organizado por agencia de viaje Wexcursion, con numero de licencia. CV-m-1881-V

All our trips are organised by Travel agency, Wexcursion, under licence number CV-m-1881-V.

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