Via Ferrata trail Omiš tour from Split
Price: 400 HRK (54 €)
Transfer: 75 HRK (10 €) Split – Omiš – Split
Price Includes: Licensed instructor, harness with absorbica carabiners, and helmet
Tips: Wear something comfy, running shoes, water, sunscreen, hat, camera
Split City promenade Riva. In front of coffee bar Bellevue
Omiš Climbing Area. Meeting on the climbing spot near the road.
Time of tour:
Split 08:00h or sunset tour (vary from 16:00 to 18:00)
Omiš 08:30h or sunset tour (vary from 16:00 to 18:00)
Activity duration: 3-4h
Total tour time with transfer: 5-6h
Fitness level: On the scale from 1-5, is 3
Age limit: 14 years old
Experience: Not necessary
Equipment: All registered and certified by the EU standards.
Guides: Our professional guides are all certified at Croatian mountain rescue service, experienced rock climbers and highly trained for ferrata routes. All guides speak fluent English.
Length: 400m (1312 feet)
Starting altitude: 10 meters (33 feet)
Ending altitude: 250 meters (820 feet)
Experience the rush of overlooking Omiš as you hike and climb your way up mountains. Enjoy the beautiful scenery from on top.
Come join us on special mountain treks high above the Adriatic, with views mostly experience climbers can witness! A via ferrata (iron way) route is an exposed alpine mountain trek which has been prepared with safety steel wire rope, eyebolts and iron steps. It makes difficult rock faces safely scalable by those without climbing experience. If you are in relatively good physical shape, with fine motor skills and not scared of heights, you are all set to conquer a via ferrata trail.
About Via Ferrata:
If you’ve been wondering what exactly is a Via Ferrata tour, it is in short a protected climbing route. Luckily Croatia is blessed to have some as well, offering anyone a hike/climb up large rocky mountains and hills. For those wondering about if it is dangerous you’ll be happy to know that what makes a Via Ferrata great is that along the path, climbers employ steel cables, ladders or rungs that were fixed to the rocks, allowing for a secure path that will limit any unfortunate accidents. The various safety cables and other fixtures allow a rather safe climb most mountains, as it allows people to go on it even without technical and expensive climbing gear.
For those that are lacking in exercise or want to experience something that isn’t a simple walking tour will find themselves loving a Via Ferrata experience!