Zip Line Peru – Sacred Valley

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Zip Line Peru – Sacred Valley

Zip Line is a new alternative adventure for all ages. With the Sacred Valley Via Ferrata – Canopy, you can safely climb a 300m rock wall. During the ascent you will have the opportunity to enjoy the mystical landscape of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. No previous experience is necessary.

The climber is permanently tied to a steel cable that runs through the entire route. Canopy does not require any climbing rope, instead metal ladders, bridges and similar facilities are used. Zip Line demands the physical difficulty of climbing but needs only beginner’s skills, and provides access to very high and extreme vertical sections of a mountain that could only be accessible to experienced rock climbers.

Location: The activity takes place in Pachar, located between Urubamba and Ollantaytambo in the Sacred Valley.
Difficulty Level: Easy. No previous experience in the same or similar activities is needed.
Note: For private groups rates, please ask.


Our representative will meet you in your hotel in Cusco early in the morning, private transportation to Pachar in the Sacred Valley (only for the group). In Pachar your Zip Line guide will be waiting to give you a briefing about your Canopy adventure. The ascent and descent of the route will last between 3 and 5 hours, depending on the group. Then we return to your hotel in Cusco. 


1.- Who can climb the Via ferrata or Canopy?

Anyone who is in good health and good physical condition is able to climb the via ferrata. The minimum age is 7 years old. Without exception, the via ferrata climbers must be always be accompanied by a guide. 

2.- What kind of equipment is used?

A standard climbing harness, helmet, gloves and a via ferrata lanyard, (double system with strength dissipater especially designed for via ferrata – canopy climbers). All our equipment is certified CE. This equipment will be provided by us.

3.- Security at the Via ferrata – Canopy

The equipment used allows the person to remain tied to a “life line”, in this case a steel cable. Through the via ferrata lanyard the person can climb up, securing himself with the carabineers. If a fall occurs, the person will remain tied to the “life line” without any risk.

All our guides are mountain guides trained in vertical rescue and ropes. 

4.- What you need to bring?

Use light clothing and good shoes (trainers, light hiking boots, etc. No sandals). Note that as you go higher the weather will be colder and windy, you can carry extra clothing in a small backpack. We recommend you bring at least 1l. of water. 

5.- Via Ferrata duration

Arrival, equipment and safety talk will take 30 minutes.  The ascent and descent of the route will last between 3 and 5 hours, depending on the group. It is a full day activity.

  • Via ferrata or canopy climb
  • Private transportation from Cusco or the Sacred ValleyPachar
  • Complete equipment (harness, helmet, via ferrata set and gloves)
  • English Speaking guides
  • Snacks

Does not Included:

  • Hotel in Cusco and Sacred Valley
  • Flight tickets
  • Tips