Wednesday, July 15, 2020

Down The Via Ferrata

This morning I toured the Via Ferrata with Mike Friedman and Neve of Adventure Partners. They are building our Via Ferrata. We drove to the Summit and then hiked to the top of Lenawee Pinnacle (12,937') just south of Lenawee Mountain. Hiking up the ridge, we saw several goats including a couple very cute newborn kids. The pinnacle is the high point of the Via Ferrata. We made a series of rappels down the entire course. The route is stunning. Mike's team has prepared much of path through rock scaling. They have started installing rungs. They will spend the next 6 or 7 weeks finishing their work.

This is going to be cool.





4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Rock Scaling otherwise known as trundling :)

Hope they are having a blast

Anonymous said...

That's awesome! Any age limit?

agt said...

going to charge for the via ferrata or free like in Telluride and Ouray...and Europe?

Alan Henceroth - COO said...

The Via Ferrata will be a service guided by A-Basin staff. There will be a fee.