Via Ferrata des Plates de la Daille, Val d'Isère, Savoie


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A via ferrata that follows a slab and really works your arms. It is located across from the Roc de la Tovière Via Ferrata.


ViaFerrata Tips and Tricks

Leave early in the morning because if it's sunny the sun is very strong!



 Strength  4
 Dizziness  4

 High Mountain: 2

 Technics   1
 Evaluation Very Difficult



Val d'Isères Tourism Office


Length & Altitudes

Start of the Via-Ferrata:1,800 m.
Summit of the Via-Ferrata : 2,216
Elevation gain : 416 meters
Length : 650 meters


Time of Year

June to October (high-altitude setting)



Via-Ferrata access: 5 min
Via-ferrata : 2h to 3h
Way back : 45 min


By Car

N53 Grenoble, Albertville, Chambéry. A43 Alberville.
RN90 Bourg Saint Maurice D902 Val d'Isère approx. 28 km from Boug St-Maurice


By Train

Check with the S.N.C.F .




To your left right as you enter Val d'Isère going up towards Val d'Isère across from the first big building.


Via Ferrata 

This via ferrata is very demanding and there is a big overhang in the first part with a 20m wall. You will need your arms and your self control to master your vertigo.

You will also discover two fairly steep and vertiginous pillars that will lead you to an overhanging downclimb, the atmosphere remains vertiginous. Yet again another part will work your arms, first on an overhang and then on a slab until you reach the top, all in a very vertiginous setting and with a spectacular view of the Val d'Isère.


Way Back

Approx. 45 minutes on the trail.


Where to Spend the Night

Check with the Tourism Office.



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