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If you're not afraid of heights, you definitely should try the Via Ferrata in the South Alps. It's a system of cables and ladders that Italian soldiers used to cross the Dolomites. It includes Himalayan and monkey bridges, giant zip lines, spider webs, and other fun challenges. The locations may vary depending on the season, but most of the climbs have medium difficulty so even children from the age of 10 can try them. And, of course, aside from the adrenaline rush, you'll be able to enjoy the magical landscape from almost 400 meters high. Grab your sneakers and get ready for some real fun!