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Klettersteig What is it, you ask? This is the first difficulty. There is no word in English for "Klettersteig" yet. Vie Ferrate (plural, in single Via Ferrata) are like fixed rope climbing routes. As the rope is an iron one, the Italians used to name it "Via Ferrata", which could be translated to iron way. Via Ferrata is the term most often used now. "Klettersteig" is the German word; it's the same thing.

But just have a look at the pictures and you'll know what I mean.
  My intention is, to give you an overview of the different routes out there. And this is done primarily by pictures, which best show what's awaiting you when you decide to give it a try.

You complain? I know, pictures are slow on the internet. But it's getting better. And pictures give you the best impression.
You'll realise that at the time being just a few pages are in English. Sorry for that, I'm doing my best. And I want to thank my friends, especially Martina and her husband for helping me with the translation.

In spite of the lacking English, you can easily follow even the German pages. Altitude, time and sequences are listed before every route and the text underneath the pictures is just commentary and not essential. A brief dictionary can be found here.

To navigate just follow the arrows ....

You can start with a map, drill down to the area and then go further to the route you would like. Or you can start with the list of Vie Ferrate and select by grading or ...

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