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Via Ferrata provide some of the most amazing experiences! We have done a few in the Italian alps, but not in France. Yet another reason to travel! 🙂 Great photos too — so inspiring!
Hi Jennifer, you are right. We had never done them before France, but we would love to travel Europe and do them all now. It’s fun! So right, always another great reason right around the corner as to why travel is awesome!
OMG! Well since I’m absolutely petrified of heights I will content myself with just being super-impressed with you guys for doing this….the pictures make it look much more dangerous that you say it is, so I’ll take your word for it.
Maybe for your next Via Ferrata you should take along one of those little pen-style spy cams – that way you won’t have to worry about dropping it – just clip it to your bandana or something – might even make for some really interesting shots! 🙂 .-= Trisha Miller´s last blog ..Lost Work: A Life Lesson in a Bottle =-.
Thanks Trisha. Our climbing friends certainly wouldn’t be impressed. A few years ago, we used to be very avid climbers. We ended up cycling Africa and couldn’t keep up with the climbing, (a person can only have so many hobbies) but this is a close second to experience the thrill of climbing.
DAVE DEB all I can say after reading text and looking at the suberb photos
is OMG!!!!! WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Thanks Mary Louise! You will be happy with the photostory on Friday, we went out in search for photos just for you!
Oh No NO Abi, you are going to have a blast. Do you have a guide? They are very high, but also very safe. Let us know how it goes!
OK, so it’s over a year later and I don’t want to seem spammy, but here’s the link!!
It’s thanks to you, guys…
Hi Abi! Awesome, I just went over to your site to have a look. Great photographs! I couldn’t leave a comment for some reason. It’s like the comments wouldn’t load (there wasn’t a place to leave comments) But i saw it and so glad that you had the chance to do it. I am going to do more for sure!
Awesome! I did my first via ferrata in Sabah on Mt Kinabalu and I’m eager for more around the world.
http://www.skinnybackpacker.com/home/2010/5/9/photo-of-the-day-from-the-granite-face-of-mt-kinabalu.html .-= Dustin Main – Skinny Backpacker´s last blog ..Photo of the Day – Bat Exodus =-.
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