Via ferraty

An Unparalleled View of Peruvian Sacred Valley

Located in the heart of the Sacred Valley in Cusco, Peru, the Via Ferrata that has been built there offers the opportunity to enjoy rewarding view of this beautiful valley, the Urubamba River, and surrounding, mystic ruins once you reach its top after a 300 meter climb up. Having 560 meteres in lenght, the Via Ferrata consist of beginners, intermediate and advanced routes, and for those looking for a moment in their lives they will likely never forget, there are see-through, space-age capsule suits hanging from the top of the mountain you can spend a night in. Sounds cool, doesn't it?
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One of the operaters that can take you to this beautiful Via Ferrata is Natura Vive, an Adventure Tour Operator located right in the valley. They offer the first and only Via Ferrata mountain climbing experience in Peru, complete with 6 ziplines and the unique hanging lodge, one of the world's coolest hotel experiences Natura Vive offers an over night accommodation.

a view over the Urubamba River

Measuring 24 ft. in length and 8 ft. in height and width, the capsule suites are composed of six windows and four ventilation ducts that ensure a comfortable atmosphere. Safety is insured by having the exit portal located in the upper part of the craft.

The Skylodge Adventure Suites are suspended 1,000 ft above the valley floor with walls and ceilings totally transparent! To get there, you do a two hour via ferrata up the face of a sheer cliff. The next morning, you do a five stage zipline back down the mountain. The longest stage is a whopping 1,600 ft (500 m).

Descending the mountain is easy and fun for the whole family on Nature Vives' series of scenic ziplines

About  Natura Vive

The company's growth is founded upon the principals of providing the safest adventure experience possible and the highest level of customer service possible to the clients. Since 2008, Nature Vive have provided fun and safe adventures in the Sacred Valley with the help of their highly trained professional guides, staff, and diligent maintenance crew. 

Photos: © Nature Vive


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