This vía ferrata (‘Iron Way’ in Italian), has a series of ladders, holds and bridges built into sheer rock face in the Sacred Valley. There's a 400m vertical ascent, a heart-hammering hanging bridge and an 80m rappel. The seven ziplines are accessed by a 40-minute hike. Activities run three to four hours. The price includes a round-trip Cuzco transfer.

First developed in the Italian Alps in WWI, the vía ferrata is a way for reasonably fit non–rock climbers to have some adrenaline-pumping fun. It was constructed and is operated by rock-climbing and high-mountain professionals. You can also overnight at the on-site Sky Lodge clinging to the rock face.