Via Ferrata de Cavaillon, Cavaillon

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  • A bit of a climb, especially on a hot day but well worth it for the vista and watching the folks having a go at climbing. We gad a nice lunch in the village at the bottom afterwArds.  more »
  • I did this via just this past Sunday. While it rained in Geneva, it was bright and sunny in this town in Provence. The trail to the via was just behind the tourist office. The walk to the top of the c...  more »
  • This is really an activity to do in Cavaillon. This way is without much difficulty and it allows to enjoy a view of the town of Cavaillon and exceptional Luberon, under an original angle.
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  • Nice for a walk and view over the city
  • First part great for beginners, and the second really for the "more experienced". All feasible in 1 h 00 - 1 h 30.
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  • Via ferrata atypical view on the town of Cavaillon and unusual underground part in via. Simple path without exceptional part.
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  • A double loop 8. The first rather easy but offers an overview of the techniques of via. The second step made but more difficult. Beautiful course just above cavaillon. Parking and fountain at the beginning just to the tourist office.
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  • Cavaillon views a little impression of industrial activity, but the via ferrata is very well done. In addition it has the merit to have inspired my son to start climbing.
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