Vias ferratas are the climbing routes in Slovenian mountains protected with steel cables. They have become increasingly popular in Slovenia. A great number of climbers regularly visit vias ferratas. Today, there are eight officially registered vias ferratas in Slovenia. One of them has been opened in the Upper Sava Valley this August. In July 2016, two other vias ferratas equipped with steel cables, metal rungs, and ladders were launched in Mojstrana on the Grančišče hill. As the manager of the local tourist association Matjaž Podlipnik says a year after the launching, their experience with the first two cable routes in the mountains has been extremely successful and has exceeded all possible expectations. Last year, 5,000 climbers were registered on the vias ferratas during the summer season. The association expects this figure to triple this year. The success of the Mojstrana cable routes inspired the Kranjska Gora tourist office for the construction of one more via ferrata in Gozd Martuljek. Podlipnik believes that vias ferratas are an extra bonus in the modern tourist offer of the region. These cable routes attract a greater number of climbers to the Mojstrana Mountaineering Museum, in which various climbing equipment including bicycles is always available for renting.