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The Via Ferrata on Mt. Norquay, Banff National Park, Canada.  Via Ferrata (Italian for Iron Road) is a trail making method used in the mountains to make passage easier and more secure. It is done by a installing steel steps, handles, ladder rungs, and a steel cable in the places where the trail steepens. Travellers are secured to the rock by wearing a harness that is always attached to the steel cable.<br />
The Norquay VF is designed to accommodate beginners seeking a taste of the alpine, and to accommodate folks who already have a little alpine experience. The Norquay Via Ferrata is located on the cliffs above The Cliffhouse Bistro at the top of the North American Chairlift.<br />
In total there’s about 300m of Via Ferrata  and about 1350m of trail.