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Tom Isitt Sep 17
Climbing into the clouds on the WW1 front of the Carnic Alps. A grade 4C Ferrata that tested us to our limits
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Tom Isitt Sep 18
Climbing the Via Ferrata Innerkofler on Monte Paterno. Lots of WW1 stuff up there. An astonishing place to fight a war.
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Tom Isitt Sep 14
Not your average battlefield tour kit, but then this won’t be your average battlefield tour
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Alpenhotel Plaza Sep 17
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Simply Savoie Sep 16
in the at the Roche Veyrand in the mountains
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John Miller Sep 21
The IRON WAY— "via ferrata" in Italian— originally conceived in Europe as a way to move military personnel during WW1, is now a fun way to experience rock climbing and mountain scrambling with optimal safety systems.
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Josh & Sarah - Veggie Vagabonds Sep 20
That ladder walkway looks pretty menacing. Bring on the Balkans!
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Adventoura SLOVAKIA Sep 13
Enjoy 24 hours at central Slovakia video 💚 Big thanks for your shares and RTs!!!
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Honister 2h
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Lawson Adventure Park & Resort Sep 19
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Royal Gorge Bridge Sep 19
Our newest outdoor adventure offers unrivaled views of the and an easy approach to moutaineering the entire family will enjoy checking off their bucket list.
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Honister Sep 13
1. 7 x higher than Big Ben 2. Adrenaline pumping edge exposures 3. Spectacular views Challenge accepted! Who would you choose to join your squad to conquer our ?
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ßiG ß@ð ®eÐ (BEN) Sep 16
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Lawson Adventure Park & Resort Sep 16
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Hallstatt Sep 19
The family via ferrata on the 2000 meter high Krippenstein is the perfect beginner's via ferrata for children and beginners and besides a bit of adrenaline, offers a special mountain experience for the whole family.
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CaitlinNZ Sep 16
Have you ever heard of ? It's like something in between / and and it's amazing!
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Francesco Tremolada Sep 14
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Rich Amor-Wilkes Sep 14
Can’t beat an ‘airy’ ladder traverse on a over a river. This one is near in the in France. . Filmed as part of an upcoming video about via Ferrata and rock .…
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Brianna Haynie Sep 14
Just landed back in Utah; still can’t get over these views and the crazy adventures with these girls! @ Mt. Norquay Banff
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