Experience the fjord landscape from heights up to 130 metres with secured iron path. The Migaren Via Ferrata winds along the mountainside in Jøssingfjord in Sokndal municipality. Via ferrata is a term used for secured paths for walking in higher locations. This iron path is a protected climbing route found in various mountain areas around the world. The modern via ferrata is usually consisting a steel cable which runs along the route and is fixed to the rock.
Via Ferrata Migaren in Jøssinfjord (Duration: 3-5 hours)
Next to the waterfall Migaren coming down on the mountainside of Jøssingfjord, nature has formed a walking path across the majestic rock. This path has been secured with steel cable to ensure safe way to have a bird’s-eye view to the fjord. In the halfway of the route you can cross through the waterfall and continue admiring the beautiful fjord along the climb. The length of the track 400 metres and it climbs up to 130 metres along the magnificent rock. To complete the tour, you will need approximately 3 hours.
Remember to take spare clothes, as the route passes through the Migaren waterfall. The Via Ferrata Migaren is accessible with own climbing gear or with Magma Geopark guided climbing tours done with a guide. With Magma Geoparks guides here is no need for climbing experience. If you are climbing on your own, you need a climbing pass or some climbing experience. Equipment needed is a climbing harness, helmet and a Via Ferrata sling.