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Via Ferrata de Buccarona

Sari-Solenzara, France
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Via Ferrata de Buccarona
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sivandana96 wrote a review Jul 2018
New York City, New York112 contributions74 helpful votes
This is a very dynamic ferrata, there is a net to climb, very challenging portions and pretty simple portions as well. There are always escape options for those who don't feel comfortable continuing and there are also very difficult portions for those who like the challenge. The zip lines included here are a very fun addition, and the ferrata is maintained by the staff, which makes everyone comfortable to do it! Would recommend if you are in the area
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Andynka_A wrote a review Feb 2017
Prague, Czech Republic3 contributions1 helpful vote
We were at Solenzara with group of 5 people. One of us has tried this ferrata already 4 years ago.She remebered it was good so she took us there. And she remembered good! This ferrata is quite easy, but you feel high adrenalin, do not be worry.( very good for beginners). At the end is very beautiful river where you can swim and also next to this ferrata is a nice and clean camp where you can stay. It was definitely one of the most beautiful days in Corse! I will come back and i will go this ferrata anytime again!
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Date of experience: September 2016
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Ijzerhandel wrote a review Aug 2015
Utrecht182 contributions27 helpful votes
This via Ferrara is the best and it is very good for preparing a trip in the alps with kids. De zip lines are great and also very exiting.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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Peter S wrote a review Apr 2015
Northallerton, United Kingdom979 contributions240 helpful votes
This is the best via ferrata I have done, and I make a point of going there every time I visit Corsica. It is certainly not for novices because you are just given the kit, an explanation, and then you are left on your own to do the course. However, I do believe that they may do guided trips. The course is quite challenging physically, and can be scary if you do not have a head for heights. There is a lot of variety, and a number of options to chose from to make the trip more exciting or less exciting. I highly recommend this via ferrata if you are physically fit, and you are confident in this type of activity - it really is a magical way to spend a few hours. If you get there early enough, you may have the whole course to yourself.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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