Via Ferrata Teletubbies + Olmo Soler (K3)


  • Its spectacular views of the Canelles lake
  • An entrance to the Mont-rebei Gorge, geological, natural and landscape heritage
  • The arrival at the hermitage of Pertusa, a Romanesque building from the 11th-12th century
  • A via ferrata perfect for the initiation of the little ones and the most novice beginners


The Teletubbies via ferrata is the natural beginning of the Olmo-Soler via ferrata, and progressing there we can reach from the foot of the sheet of water (if the reservoir is full) to the Hermitage of the Virgin of la Pertusa, at the top of a buttress with fantastic views of the Canelles swamp and the south face of the Mont-rebei gorge, in the Montsec mountain range.

This is an ideal via ferrata to start with. Two via ferratas that we link but it is not necessary to do the second one if you don’t want to.
The first part, the Telettubies is short, easy and beautiful and the second part, the Olmo-Soler is a path equipped with chains, which follows the cut of a magnificent ridge to the hermitage. It is a classic of the area and one of the first to be created in this territory.

General difficulty: K3

Access time: 25′

Trail time: 1h + 2h

Return times: 10′ (30′ si no hacemos la Olmo-soler)

Length of the track: 450 m

Equipment needed:

    • Appropriate footwear (mountain sports shoes or boots)
    • Appropriate clothing according to the season of the year and the current weather. We will advise you.
    • Work gloves (such as gardening or cycling gloves for example) – Highly recommended but not mandatory.
    • A small backpack (20 l)
    • Water (1 l min)
    • Something to snack on (sandwich, fruit, chocolate, dried fruit…)
    • Sunglasses, sunscreen

Final ermita pertusa

Scale of difficulty of via ferratas:

Eduard Hüsler (1944) created this classification in 2007. He thought that something was needed to indicate that this classification was about a via ferrata, to avoid confusion with other classifications such as mountaineering ones, so he added the letter K ( from Klettersteig, via ferrata in German), changing the letters to numbers.

It is the scale most used today:

    • K1: Easy
    • K2: Little difficult
    • K3: Something difficult
    • K4: Difficult
    • K5: Very difficult
    • K6: Extremely difficult

This graduation depends on 4 factors:

    • Necessary force
    • Endurance and physical fitness required
    • Mountain and climbing experience
    • Psychological issues and risk management


In general we can say that up to K3 level anyone who knows the proper progression techniques is physically able to do a ferrata. From K3 and especially from K4, a certain degree of physical condition is required to be able to overcome the difficulties that arise with guarantees of enjoying the atmosphere.

Date of the adventure (Beginning and Ending): All year
Group size (Minimum and maximum): Mín 1 - Máx 4
Duration in days Midday
Price from: 50 € per person
Physical level / difficulty 5/10
Minimum age for the adventure: +11 years
Location La Pertusa, Corçà, La Noguera (Lleida)
Included in the adventure:
  • Accredited guide
  • Safety equipment (Helmet, harness, anchor rings with dissipator)
  • Accident insurance
  • Civil liability insurance
  • Photographic report
Not included in the adventure:
  • Transport to the place of the activity (For transport, consult)
  • Eating and drinking during the activity
  • Any other item not mentioned in the "included" section
Day 1
  • Meeting point:

    Parking de la Pertusa or another to be agreed. Possibility of sharing transport.


    The total time of the activity is about 4 hours.

    Possible morning or afternoon schedules.

Pujant la teletubbies
Final ermita pertusa
panoràmica de Mont-rebei des de la cresta
Cresta Olmo-Soler
Aran a la cresta Olmo-Soler
Miquel i oscar a la cresta