Telluride’s Via Ferrata is an unforgettable way to experience Colorado’s great outdoors as a team. A mix of hiking and rock climbing, it is an unforgettable way to soak in spectacular views of the town, 14,000-foot mountains, and Bridal Veil Falls, the state’s highest waterfall. However, Telluride’s Via Ferrata is not for the faint of heart due to heights reaching up to 600 feet above the valley floor. Local guide services like Mountain Trip provide all the technical know-how, including safety equipment, supervision, and words of encouragement by professional mountain guides.
Mountain Trip, which is accredited by the American Mountain Guides Association, helps thousands of visitors climb the Via Ferrata annually, and devotes time and money to protect and preserve the route. In addition to providing homegrown adventure tours and courses in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains, Mountain Trip leads expeditions to the world’s Seven Summits, which are the highest mountains on each of the seven continents.