Update - registration ended due to high number of participants
If you are interested in the hike please write me an email (email@example.com) and I will think about organizing something similar.
As it is a beggining of the season the routes are short and easy. We will also focus a little on the technique.
I plan to start with the Wahringersteig which is very short but nice and also a perfect place to practice abseiling.
Then we will go on the Pittentaler Klettersteig which offers a little broader view from ruins of a Turkish castle at the top .
You can find some pictures here and here.
Both ferratas are rated C which means an easy climbing . If you are sure footed, free of vertigo and not afraid of using your hands a little, you can do them easily.
No previous ferrata experience is needed for the hike.
- [required!] a via-ferrata set, a climbing harness and a helmet
you can rent them from Alpenverein - see here (price list - the whole set is called "Klettersteig Komplettset")
- [optional] ferrata gloves
your hands will be grateful
- shoes - both light hiking shoes and hiking boots are fine
 The ruins were built in 19th century to make the place more romantic but whatever :)
 Ferratas are graded from A to E (in extreme cases F) where A and B mean some facilities on the route like a ladder or a chain (few ones on A, more on B) but no climbing and C is the first grade where (easy) climbing is required.