The Italian term via ferrata refers to local trails that can be conquered only with the help of installed, fixed cables, ladders, bridges and steps, without which only trained rock climbers could approach them. Although via ferrata hikes do not require proficiency in rock climbing, this sport requires physical endurance, practice and equipment. As routes often lead to high places, it is important that those who struggle with vertigo or dizziness do not try them. Climbing is recommended for children only from the age of 12, and only with the guidance of an experienced adult. The safety equipment attached to the wire ropes, of course, ensures maximum safety, but the rules of the sport must be strictly adhered to. In Hungary, you can try this demanding but spectacular sport in four places – Tatabánya, Csesznek, the Cuha Valley and Sárospatak – on 15 different routes.