Via Ferrata 

In Italian, via ferrata means 'road of iron' which pretty much sums it up. A via ferrata is a high mountain route equipped with metal ladders, cables and bridges to make passage along them easier for people with limited climbing experience or equipment. They started in the Dolomites during the First World War to aid the movement of the Italian infantry and have now expanded into a mountain sport in their own right. As well as Italy, there are now via ferrata in France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Norway and the USA.

The heights are high and the views are incredible. The test of your nerves is intense but as long as you clip in at the required points, groups of all abilities can safely enjoy the sport. Having via ferrata as part of your corporate event is a great way to get everyone into the mountains and experiencing the adrenalin high usually reserved for technical mountaineers in the Alps.