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We did the Fia Ferrata with Loen active, It was great!
The evening before I suddenly doubt whether it is not too difficult (since we never climbed before) and started to read reviews. Well: You can do this! First you walk a path up to...More
We did the Via Ferrata Loen on a beautiful day in September. We had booked in advance and showed up according to the information that we had gotten in the e-mail confirmation. The getting equipment and splitting the people into groups was very unorganized. I...More
It looks harder than it is. You can climb the 1000 m and feel safe all the way, but some parts still give you a airy feeling. Especially the one wire bridge. You also have a super view while you climb up. The best thing...More
My niece and I climbed the Mt. Hoven via ferrata with Loen Active in July 2018. It was our first via ferrata (actually, our first real climb) and we're hooked. I think back upon that day often and wistfully. It was epic. It was astonishingly...More
Incredible climbing and views that are highly recommended. Free and easy to do if you have a via ferrata set and basic experience. Possible to rent with the company if not.
The guided tour is however greatly overpriced and frankly not worth it if you...More
We are both in the mid fifties, very active, sport etc.
needed to give this background as this hike is really good. Some very challenging parts, that require upper body strength, and also good leg muscles.
There are two suspension bridges, one is 120 meter...More
The Via Ferrata up the hill is highly recommended. A bit of a challenge for most people with fantastic views and some almost frightening parts. Use of guide recommended but not required. Equipment rental at the shop. Guides are very helpful and skilled. Kids recommended...More
My cousin and I did this in early September. It was an awesome experience. We were the only non-Norwegian speakers that day but one of the guides made sure to interpret the directions for us and answered all our questions. We went on a Saturday...More
This was a great hike/climb, a bit more physically demanding than the usual hike. However, there are plenty of breaks during the hike so one can relax and recharge.
The average level of difficulty of the via Ferrata is a C, in an Austrian scale...More