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Via Ferrata Nant de Rossane, Les Aillons, Savoie

     Footbridges      Monkey Bridge
Nepal Bridge
  Ladder      Zipline   
2 1
2
1 1 x 20m

 

Features

3 different parts with a zipline that you can bypass.
Great for an introduction to via ferrata with children or beginners

 

ViaFerrata Tips and Tricks

The zipline is not equipped... bring your own equipment. The rock is friable, wearing a helmet is mandatory (as it is, in fact, for all via ferratas). Bring your gloves, as always in the case of rock fall.

 

Grade

 Strength  1 secteur
 2 secteur
 3 secteur
 2
 1
 2
 Dizziness  1 secteur
  2 secteur
  3 secteur
1
1
2
 Type  1 secteur
 2 secteur
 3 secteur
 Mountain: 1
 Technics  1 secteur
 2 secteur
 3 secteur

2
2
2

 Evaluation  1 secteur
 2 secteur
 3 secteur
 Mid-Difficult
 Initiation
 Difficult

 

Information

 Aillons Tourism Office

 

Length and Altitudes

Length: 270 m.
Part 1: 100 m.
Part 2: 80 m.
Part 3: 90 m.

ViaFerrata Start:  1,050 meters
ViaFerrata End :  1,100 meters
Elevation gain : 50 m

 

Time of Year

As soon as their is now more snow. Check with the tourism office.

 

Timing

Approach: 10 minutes
Ferrata: 90 minutes
Way Back: 10 minutes

 

By Car

25 km from Chambéry, follow the Bauges massif

 

By Train

Check with the SNCF for buses and trains.

 

 

Access

From the Prés Pass towards the station.
At the roundabout go left until you reach the parking lot across from the equestrian center.
You'll reach the Rossane cave in 10 minutes.

 

Via Ferrata 

1st part
The first part lets you learn how to use the lanyards as it has intermediary anchor points for extra security.
Fairy difficult - total length: 100m - 1 5m ladder - 1 8m hanging bridge.

2nd part
As you follow the small path you meet up with the second part which is characterized by horizontal progression over a series of ledges.
Easy - total length: 80m - 1 5m footbridge.

3rd part
When you are about to reach the 3rd part, the 2nd part gives you the option of an easier variant which goes up sideways on a little ramp at the end of the footbridge.
Before crossing the footbridge you can go directly to the 3rd part via a short overhanging climb and a horizontal traverse of a very steep section under the overhangs, and then by crossing a depression on a 15m rope bridge (2 cables).

There is a small 20m zipline at the end of the via ferrata (a pulley is mandatory).
Difficult - total length: 90m - 1 12m rope bridge - 1 20 zipline - 1 5m rope bridge.

 

Way back

Pretty intuitive. No need to draw a map.

Where to Spend the Night

Stopover lodge with 10 beds : contact the tourism office

 

Media


par mrViaFerrata  Youtube

Emergency

Europe

France

Phone: Mountain rescue: 112

Radio:
Canal K  158.625
Canal E ( Emergency ) 161.300

 

Switzerland

Phones:
Mountain Rescue: 144
REGA Helicopere: 1414
Police: 117

Radio:
Canal K  158.625
Canal E ( Emergency ) 161.300

 

Europe
Phone: 112

Radio:
Canal K  158.625
Canal E ( Emergency ) 161.300